Delta Galil names Mark Stocker as president of branded division
Delta Galil Industries announced it has appointed Mark Stocker as president, Delta Galil branded division, effective January 30.
The global manufacturer and marketer of branded and private label intimate apparel, leisurewear, activewear and denim products said Stocker will be responsible for leading design, merchandising and sales for Delta Galil’s U.S.-branded ladies’ intimates and sleepwear and kids’ businesses, including the Adidas, Calvin Klein Kids, Lauren Ralph Lauren, Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Wolford brands, along with Delta Galil’s own P.J. Salvage brand.
He will be based in New York and will report to directly to Delta Galil CEO, Isaac Dabah.
Stocker to comes to Delta Galil from Saadia Group, where he served as president and chief merchandising officer, developing and leading the brand repositioning for the Lord & Taylor and New York & Company brands.
Prior to that, he spent several years at Macy's, where he served in a series of roles of increasing responsibility, beginning in planning and then transitioning into product-centric roles and ultimately leading the strategic vision for the apparel division for the digital channel and stores.
“We are excited to welcome Mark to the Delta Galil leadership team,” said Dabah. “I am confident he will make significant contributions to drive further growth for our branded ladies’ intimates and sleepwear and kids’ businesses in the U.S. His deep understanding of the product lifecycle, from brand development to customer engagement, will be integral to our continued success.”
In its most recent trading update, Delta Galil said that its sales rose 2% in the third quarter (or 6% in constant currency) to reach a record $512 million.
While the company reached record sales in the quarter, there were a few negative points with e-commerce sales falling, although this was more about a shift in consumer behaviour back to physical stores rather than any reflection of weakness online.
Sales on its own websites, added up to $49 million, a 7% fall, or a 3% fall in constant currency, it said at the time of reporting in November.
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