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Jan 24, 20208:37am

Abercrombie&Fitch boost its board with former Gap

The American retail urban fashion brand has added to its board of directors, Felix Carbullido, current vice president and marketing director of Williams-Sonoma.

Aug 8, 2019 — 6:40pm
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Abercrombie&Fitch boost its board with former Gap



Abercrombie&Fitch reinforces its helm. The American company has rised its board of directors to 11 members, adding Felix Carbullido as external advisor.


The executive is currently the vice-president and marketing director of the kitchen supply brand Williams-Sonoma. Previously, Carbullido was linked to the system, occupying several positions in groups like Macy’s, Banana Republic or Gap.


 Terry Burman, Abercrombie&Fitch chairman of the board, said, “Felix brings more than 30 years of specialty retail experience to our board and we are pleased to welcome him to A&F.  He has a deep digital marketing and omnichannel experience, an impressive track record leading marketing strategy for multi-brand specialty retail companies, and an open and collaborative approach — all of which will be helpful as we continue to drive our brands forward in our current ‘growing while transforming’ phase.”


Abercrombie&Fitch closed 2018 multiplying by seven its net benefit, up 20 78.8 million dollars. Sales of the company grew 3%, up to 3.5 billion dollars. 

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