Ben Sherman appoints first commercial director

Ben Sherman has added Adrian Ward-Rees to its board of directors as commercial director, a newly created function. He will be responsible for managing the commercial activities of Ben Sherman Group all over the world.

 

The British fashion group announced to be “delighted that Adrian is on board. He brings a fantastic wealth of experience from within the luxury sector to the business, reflecting our aspirations and commitment to growth on an international scale”

 

Ward-Rees has earned that experience at sportswear giants like Nike and Adidas. His latest job was Burberry, where he was director of the menswear department. 

Ben Sherman has added Adrian Ward-Rees to its board of directors as commercial director, a newly created function. He will be responsible for managing the commercial activities of Ben Sherman Group all over the world.

 

The British fashion group announced to be “delighted that Adrian is on board. He brings a fantastic wealth of experience from within the luxury sector to the business, reflecting our aspirations and commitment to growth on an international scale”

 

Ward-Rees has earned that experience at sportswear giants like Nike and Adidas. His latest job was Burberry, where he was director of the menswear department. 

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