Jack Wolfskin rounds out senior management team
Jack Wolfskin has announced the arrival of Imen Wong and Jutta Brenneisen respectively in the positions of vice president product development and vice president apparel.
Having taken on the position of CEO at the end of 2014, Melody Harris-Jensbach, formerly at Esprit and Puma, went looking among former colleagues to fill out her executive management team. Thus, Imen Wong, 46, was most recently head of global buying and sourcing planning at Esprit Europe. Before that she also spent time at Puma.
Jutta Brenneisen, 45, was part of the textile development teams at Puma and Adidas. The two executives are taking on two newly created positions. Along with Stefan Kopp, head of retail, they report directly to the members of the board, which is comprised of Melody Harris-Jensbach, Axel Mau, finance director, and Markus Bötsch, sales director.
The outdoor clothing company, which was bought out in 2011 and whose growth is waning, is set on rapidly getting back on track. At the next Outdoor, the trade show in Friedrichshafen, Germany that starts this 15th of July, the brand label will present its new image and a simplified structure with two main ranges: one for active sports and the other for everyday outdoor wear.
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