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Pittsburgh -- American Eagle Outfitters said Wednesday it has named Kitty Yung to the position of EVP/president of Asia Pacific, charged with supporting the chain’s global geographic and channel growth “while aligning with our strategic plan of fortifying core assets, growing North America and transforming to a global omni-channel competitor …,” said Robert Hanson, CEO.
Yung was previously president, Asia Pacific at Guess Inc., growing the business to over 200 stores in Greater China, and is expected to be instrumental in the expansion of AEO’s brands and company-operated stores across China.
The company also promoted Simon Nankervis to SVP, Americas and Global Country Licensing, putting him in charge of AEO’s U.S., Canada and Mexico stores, as well as real estate and country licensing.