- GAP SHUFFLE:
The management shuffle continues at Gap Inc., which said Tuesday that Chuck Crovitz, executive vice president and chief supply chain officer, had resigned. Crovitz was a 10-year employee at Gap, where he headed global product sourcing, distribution and transportation services for the firm. Prior to joining Gap, he consulted for McKinsey & Co. and managed business strategy and supply chain management at Safeway Inc. A Gap spokeswoman said the resignation was a mutual decision and that Crovitz didn’t have “immediate plans.” The company has enlisted Russell Reynolds Associates to conduct a search for a successor. In the meantime, the sourcing and logistics employees and functions will report to president and chief executive Paul Pressler.
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Cutter & Buck has renewed its sponsorship deal with pro golfer Annika Sorenstam. As part of the new three-year deal, the Swedish athlete will wear Cutter & Buck golf and lifestyle apparel for all pro tournaments, events and media appearances. She will also continue to consult with the brand’s design and merchandising team.
Alloy Inc. tapped John Glascott executive vice president of sales for 360 Youth, its media and youth marketing division. Glascott will report to Matt Diamond, Alloy ceo. Glascott will oversee 360 Youth’s national sales efforts and utilize its network of college and teen marketing firms to provide sales and marketing solutions to Fortune 500 companies trying to reach the more than 60 million Americans between the ages of 10 and 24. Prior to joining Alloy, Glascott served as East region vice present for Yahoo, and he held positions at Ivillage.com and Hearst Magazines.