The Spanish e-commerce company has named Fabio Bonfà as new country manager and will be in charge of managing the markets in Spain, Italy, Brazil and Mexico.
The loan will enable the department stores company to keep operating with its sales network until the end of the year, which is the most profitable period in the United States.
Joanna Dubin, who substitutes Gaetano Scuito in the position, will be the new person in charge of the luxury company, property of the French conglomerate LVMH, in the American continent.
The Endurance Partners fund took control over the brand in December 2015 after taking a stake in the Noeco society. Shortly after, the company’s founders Josep María Donat and Totón Comella resigned.
Amazon, L’Óreal and LVMH are some of the companies that appear too in FutureBrand’s last ranking, occupying the positions number 21, 56 and 70 respectively.
Jan Singer will step down from the company after two difficult years in the lead, in which she has had to face an increase of competence and the first symptoms of weakness in one of the biggest groups of lingerie in the world.
The United States giant of sports announced this opening two years ago and has now been concreted in the heart of Manhattan with its sight set on attracting local and tourist consumers.
In full-on athleisure boom, Topshop partnered with the singer to launch the sports inspired brand, which was released during spring 2016.
The German company has presented a strategic business plan with which it estimates to increase the operating margin an annual 15% thanks to the growth of e-commerce.
The Spanish footwear company has also recently opened a store in Moscow, the fourth one in the city, an another in Seoul (South Korea). For 2019, the group is contemplating one more opening in Antwerp (Brussels).