Key move. Robert Berza is the new general manager of Fashion Days

Georgiana Bendre 20/04/2017 | 13:31

Robert Berza is the new general manager of Fashion Days for operations from Romania, Bulgaria and Hungary. In his new role he will continue the accelerated growth of Fashion Days, as well as the fashion division of eMAG group (eMAG Fashion) and the consolidation of the position of leader of the online fashion market, the company said in a statement.

„I discovered here an extraordinary team with ambitious plans and a unique opportunity to grow quickly Fashion Days and eMAG in the next two years. We have the necessary services,  technology and know-how and my role will be to make sure that the entire team brings value in the business,” said Robert Berza, GM Fashion Days.

Together, Fashion Days and eMAG Fashion aim to develop the offers from the region following two complementary positioning: eMAG Fashion offers a wide range of over 15,000 clothes for all ages and Fashion Days is the online fashion destination with wide brands variety.

„The fashion market is extremely dynamic: we aim to grow two active players, Fashion Days relevant for the fashion expertise, new trends, and eMAG Fashion, relevant for the wide range,” said Berza.

Berza leads a term of over 500 specialists in online retail and fashion in Romania, Hungary and Bulgaria.

Previously he was country manager at Zoot in Romania, marketing director at eMAG, head of intern division with CME (Central European Media Enterprises) and Internet manager with ProTV.

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