Isko names new marketing director
Turkish denim manufacturer Isko has named Rosey Cortazzi as its new global marketing director. She succeeds Marco Lucietti, who is taking up the newly-created position of senior advisor.
Cortazzi starts on 1 November, and will be responsible for developing the brand’s premium offering, as well as building and strengthening new and existing partnerships with brands and retailers.
Rosey has a wealth of experience in the denim, sports and casualwear business, having previously worked for brands like Levi’s, Nike, O’Neill, Diesel and Esprit. Her career began at House of Fraser and Arcadia. She was head of merchandising and logistics at Diesel, and then spent seven years at Nike, where she held several roles.
Isko said with her, it will “reach the next stage in the development of the company.” She was also responsible for womenswear as VP of Levi Strauss Europe. In this role, she headed the design and merchandising teams and was responsible for the launch of the Curve ID initiative in Europe, helping turn around the brand’s womenswear business in Europe.
Isko is part of Sansko Tekstil, which belongs to Turkey’s Sanko Group, founded in 1904. The company produces 250 million metres of fabric each year and sells approximately 25,000 different products in 60 countries.
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