Fortune Street co-founder Rodney Mylius has left his position at the consultancy to pursue a full-time design role at Marks & Spencer. Mylius has been working three days a week with M&S, as its head of brand design, since setting up Fortune Street with former Interbrand consultants Tony Allen and Richard Village. ‘We will continue to work with Rodney both as a friend and a consultant,’ says Allen, Fortune Street’s chief executive.
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