Movado Announces New Brand President, SVP of Ecommerce
Margot Grinberg has been promoted to the role.
Margot Grinberg is now president of the Movado Brand and senior vice president of ecommerce.
Previously, she was vice president of ecommerce, merchandising, and digital marketing.
Former Movado Brand President Alan Chinich will continue in his current role as president of the North American region for Movado Group, the company said.
Grinberg’s new role entails overseeing the day-to-day operations across Movado Brand merchandising and marketing.
She will be charged with developing and executing long- and short-term growth strategies for these departments as well.
Grinberg will also be head of ecommerce sales for the Movado Brand, Movado company stores, Olivia Burton, and North American online retailers.
Grinberg will report to Movado Group Commercial President and Chief Technology Officer Behzad Soltani.
“We are proud to announce the promotion of Margot Grinberg to President of the Movado Brand and SVP of E-Commerce,” said Soltani.
“For nearly a decade, Margot has been an outstanding leader with a proven track record of driving growth and brand innovation across our company’s brand portfolio. She has also spearheaded the successful expansion of our digital business, leading our Digital Center of Excellence. With her vision, passion, drive, and industry knowledge, I am confident that she will help us continue to advance digitally as well as continue to evolve our iconic, legendary Movado brand towards a successful future.”
Grinberg joined Movado Group in 2014 as a merchandise analyst and held several roles at the company through the years.
She has been recognized by the Women in Retail Leadership Circle as a “Top Woman on the Rise.”
Prior to her career at Movado Group, she was a technology, media, and telecom analyst at Barclays Corporate and Investment Bank.
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