The Spanish fashion chain has added Benito Escalada, product manager at Mango Woman; Roger Graell, ecommerce manager, and Huseyin Golcuk, country manager of the company in Turkey and several Middle East markets, to its executive committee.
Mango boosts its executive committee with three new additions. The Spanish company has reinforced one of its key management with talent from the product, ecommerce and international departments. The recently-added members join the already-existing fellows within the committee.
The fashion chain has appointed Roger Graell, who has worked in Mango since 2010 and is in charge of the company’s ecommerce business. Graell is responsible for both Mango’s own ecommerce platform and the alliances with external marketplaces and is “a key person in achieving the goal that online business copes 20% of sales in 2020”, sources from the group said.
Huseyin Golcuk has also joined the committee. He’s country manager of Mango in Turkey, the fourth largest country for the company in terms of revenues. Golcuk, who joined in 1997, is a group veteran and also runs the chain’s business in Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Pakistan and Iran.
Mango has recruited to its board Huseyin Golcuk, a company’s veteran that is in charge of the Turkish market
The third new member of the committee is Benito Escalada, product director oin Mango Woman and main responsible for the collection structure, who joined the company in December last year.
Escalada is member of the womenswear product team at Mango, led by designer Justicia Ruano, who is also part of the executive committee since last year. In 2017, the committee also added Sara Levy-Lang, managing director in France.
After these three additions, the entity has 25 members. Mango’s committee is one of its three management bodies. While in this one all business directors are listed, the executibe committee consists of eight members.
Mango posted a loss of 61 million euros during fiscal 2016. The group blamed the negative impact of exchange rates and the business transformation plan. The company’s turnover fell by 3% to 2,3 billion euros.