The North Face’s parent company, Denver-based VF Corp., on Tuesday announced that it has tapped Steve Murray — formerly region president for the Americas — as its new global brand president.
Full Stack Supply Co., the Swiss-based parent of Faction Skis and FW Apparel, has strengthened its sales team in the Mountain West with the hiring of Halsey Landon as U.S. Rockies sales lead, effective immediately.
In the first of an ongoing series, Snowsports Business Report shares additional color on what happened over the last week and what lies ahead for the winter outdoor industry (hint, there’s some white stuff in the forecast).
Alterra made some key appointments and also added two divisions to the company as the ski resort operator “looks toward its long-term future, while navigating the upcoming winter season during the pandemic.”
Burton bolstered its already stellar pool of marketing and creative talent by naming Kelly Murnaghan as SVP of global marketing and Adrian Josef Margelist as executive creative director.
Emerald Holding Inc., the operator of Outdoor Retailer + Snow Show, announced that its board of directors has approved the repurchase of up to an aggregate of $20 million of its common stock.
Jack Wolfskin — a subsidiary of Callaway Golf Co. and maker of snowports gear as part of a wide range of outdoor apparel — named André Grube as the brand’s new CFO.
Bolle Brands is launching a new digital B2B platform to help its retail partners grow their business and simplify their ERP and inventory management programs.
Salt Lake City-based ski brand appoints industry veteran Shaun Spacht to service rapidly expanding North American market.
Safilo Group S.p.A., the Italian parent company of core snowsports goggle and helmet brand Smith, on Thursday issued a business update related to the COVID-19 pandemic, indicating an upbeat third quarter thanks, in part, to progress with Smith’s online business.