Tommy Hilfiger USA Inc. is focusing more on its e-commerce presence and continuing to bring its accessories business back in-house.
The company has hired Kate Klemmer Terry, vice president of Internet for Coach Inc., for the new role of executive vice president for global Internet. Prior to Coach, Klemmer Terry was vice president of licensing and e-commerce at Kate Spade. Based in New York and Amsterdam, she reports to Fred Gehring, chief executive officer of Tommy Hilfiger.
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