The British company of luxury has finished the first six months of the fiscal year (period ended on September 29th) with a volume of business of 1.22 billion pounds sterling (1.39 billion euros).
The group closed the day at 26.31 euros per share, its highest quote since September 24, when it reached 26.35 euros. The upturn coincides with the announcement of Zara’s global platform release.
The Spanish team, headed by Jens Ullbrich, will from now focus on the multibrand channel management and El Corte Inglés, whilst strategic decisions will be made from the French country.
The executive, who managed the Canadian market, will take the position of Santiago Cucci, who after five years has been promoted as Levi’s senior vice-president, based in San Francisco.
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