Dr Martens appoints new global marketing director

| February 16, 2018

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Mathieu Garcia has been appointed as the new global marketing director of footwear retailer Dr Martens.He joins from Ralph Lauren Europe where he spent 12 years and was most recently vice president of marketing. At Dr Martens, he will report global senior vice president of product and marketing Darren Campbell.Garcia will be responsbile for driving and enhancing iconic footwear brand’s business value through a strategic development of a brand strategy.He will also have a key role in driving the go-to-market plans that enable the launch of seasonal collections and communication strategies while monitoring best practices across regions. “[Garcia] has a proven track record of driving consumer connectivity across all channels and platforms and more importantly doing so in a collaborative style whilst building great teams,” Campbell said.

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