Exclusive: Asos to axe 100 jobs as new boss Ramos Calamonte cuts costs

Reception desk at Asos headquarters

Asos is planning to axe more than 100 jobs as part of new boss José Antonio Ramos Calamonte’s cost-cutting drive, Retail Week can reveal.

The embattled fashion etailer is scrapping roles across all departments, the majority of which are based at its London headquarters.

Asos has today launched a consultation period with impacted staff, which will last for 45 days.

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