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Former Chief Digital Officer of Luxury brand LVMH joins Ledger 

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Former Chief Digital Officer of design house LVMH, Ian Rogers, will join the French digital asset security company – Ledger – as its first Chief Experience Officer. With this appointment, Rogers will focus on consumer interaction and user proficiency and “accelerate” Ledger’s Business to consumer development. Further, Rogers will be involved in “reinventing the user experience” of Ledger’s products, according to a release shared with AMBCrypto. 

Rogers worked at LMVH from 2015 onwards and focused on e-commerce strategy at luxury brands and implemented new technologies, such as big data and AI. Headquartered in Paris, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, commonly known as LVMH, is a well known French multinational corporation and conglomerate specializing in luxury goods. 

Prior to his role in LVMH, Ian Rogers had held roles with brands such as Sephora. 24Sas as well as Apple Music, Beats Music and Yahoo! Music. The executive remains in an advisory role for LVMH and sits on the board of Lyst.com. However now, whilst sharing his plans with regard to his new role, Rogers said in a statement: 

I remember when you couldn’t simply say ‘go to my website. You had to first explain the concept of the internet[…] I remember when you couldn’t simply send someone a link to your new song. […] I love those moments when technology moves from science fiction to mainstream. Digital assets are standing on the verge of this move[…]

In addition to this, Rogers noted the “inevitable transformation” of technology and referred to the cryptocurrency “revolution” with regard to Ledger as well as the nascent digital assets industry.

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Alisha is a full-time journalist at AMBCrypto. Her interests lie in blockchain technology, crypto-crimes, and market developments in Africa and the United States

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