Inditex, the largest company on the Ibex with a valuation of some 87,000 million euros, announced this Tuesday changes of depth in its leadership. A revolution is so important that it even involves the replacement of the president.
At the request of Pablo Isla and with the approval of Amancio Ortega, the Madrilenian will leave the presidency at the end of March, when Marta Ortega Pérez, 37, daughter of the group’s founder, will take over the reins of the company.
A relief from the person who has led the firm in the last decade and who has been the architect of elevating Inditex to become the largest textile company in the world. In addition, Isla’s decision for the company’s digital transformation has been key, which has allowed it to overcome the ravages of the pandemic with some ease. These are the main keys to a movement that has been the focus of attention throughout the business world:
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