Sixty Group restructures its management by entrusting Pietro Bongiovanni as new CEO. Furthermore, Guido Pullini has been appointed as Sales and Marketing Director and Marco Bortoletti will coordinate R&D and creative departments.
Having revealed its plans to invest in Europe, the American brand Coach looks to develop in Asia. The leather good specialist is separating its operations into three specific geographical areas by creating new CEO positions.
Nike’s former global design director, Keryn Francisco, has taken up the position as global product design director at Icebreaker, the New Zealand company that pioneered the outdoor merino wool apparel category.
H&M has just announced the appointment of Donald Schneider to the post of artistic director at its eponymous label. Just as Diesel did with Bruno Collin, the Swedish group called upon the press to advertise the position.
Starting next week, the surfer Peter Mel will be at the head of the marketing department for Quiksilver’s collection for men, named Waterman. The manufacturer of surf-wear estimates that this collection has good potential for growth.