Mango creates first Board

Tuesday, 22 May 2007
In a major senior level overhaul, the fast-growing Spanish fashion chain Mango has created its first Board of Directors ever. The Board, which will be chaired by Isak Andic and co-chaired by Nahman Andic, will become active this year. All the members are partners and executive directors of Mango, who have been trained within the company. The board consists of Enric Casi (General Director), Damián Sanchez (Creative Director), Isak Halfon (Expansion Director), Nicolau Olivé (Director of Retail Management, Customers Services, CSR and Works Coordination) Salvador Vallés (Product Area Director) and Daniel López as Secretary (Director for the Franchisee Services Department, Communication, Real Estate Management, Licensee Management and New Business Areas).

The brand new Board has set itself the primary challenge of tripling its current number of stores to 3,000 within the next ten years. Last year, Mango opened 130 points of sale, focusing its growth on China, the US, Europe and Japan.

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