May taps Nevill for inventory management post

ST. LOUIS — The May Department Stores Company has named Steven Nevill to the newly created position of senior vice president, inventory management.

His appointment is effective Jan. 17, and he will report to John Dunham, May's president.

Nevill will lead the implementation of the company's new merchandise planning and allocation initiative, which will begin in early 2005.

Gene Kahn, May's chairman and CEO, said, "Steve will work with our department store divisions as they add a planner/allocator structure to their organizations, and he will oversee implementation of new tools and systems to help provide more tightly edited merchandise assortments with improved allocations at the individual-store level."

Nevill joins May from Kurt Salmon Associates (KSA), a global management consulting firm, where he was national director for growth and profitability services with responsibility for all consulting regarding strategy and merchandising services. Prior to joining KSA, Nevill was the chief information officer at a start-up specialty retailer and also has held an executive position with a privately held global retailer.

Featured Video

  • Live From New York: Fashion Comes Across the Pond

    Camera Icon More Videos

Subscribe to
Home & Textiles Today eDaily
Receive the news you need to know about the trends in the industry delivered right to your inbox.


HTT Cover October 2017

See the October 2017 issue of Home & Textiles Today. In this issue, we look at the Top 25 Online Retailers.  H&TT's exclusive annual ranking of the biggest online sellers of home textiles finds that while pure play etailers continue to fly, bricks & clicks are digging into omnichannel. See details!