Tanya Golesic has been named chief commercial officer at Canada Goose, a Toronto-based outerwear company.
In her new post, she will oversee the company’s global wholesale business, including sales operations and planning. She reports to Dani Reiss, president and chief executive officer of Canada Goose, and will relocate to Toronto.
Earlier, Golesic was senior vice president global sales and business planning at Marc by Marc Jacobs. Before that she was senior vice president of sales and planning at The Jones Group, and before that was vice president of sales and planning at Ralph Lauren Corp. She has also been vice president of sales and marketing at NYGÅRD International.
Golesic’s appointment at Canada Goose follows recent promotions of Paul Riddlestone from senior vice president, operations to chief operating officer, and Kevin Spreekmeester from senior vice president, global marketing to chief marketing officer.
Canada Goose, a 57-year-old outerwear firm that manufactures in Canada, has grown more than 4,000 percent over the past decade. It sells its women’s, men’s, children’s and accessories collections in more than 50 countries worldwide. Last month, it opened new global headquarters in Toronto, which is home to the company’s new 96,000-square-foot factory which doubled previous production capacity.