Levi's appoints new head of Global Retail

Levi's appoints new head of Global Retail

American fashion company Levi's new head of Global Retail, Carrie Ask, will start work on 16 February 2016. Not only that, she will also become vice-president of the company.

Responsible for entire retail operation

Carrie Ask will become the head of Levi's entire retail operation, which consists of some 2,700 stores, franchise stores and outlet stores. Ask previously worked for Nike as the vice-president for North American stores, for Converse and for consultancy agency McKinsey & Company.

 

"Carrie has previously created successful strategies for major companies", Levi's CEO Chip Bergh said in a press release. "She is seen as a leader that can bring positive results and we know she will be a good addition to the team."

 

"I have long admired Levi Strauss & Co for its iconic products, its beloved brands and its leadership when it comes to social affairs. I see it as a nice opportunity for the next phase in my career to help further grow the company", she added.

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