Marta Ortega, the next president of Inditex, worked as an employee at Zara; Gifted by Rolex

Marta Ortega, the next president of a multinational textile company InditexI worked as an employee at Zara.

El Pais journalist Cristina Galindo recalled in the transcript of the Wall Street Journal interview with Marta Ortega, in which she said she worked at a Zara store.

Laborers They realized that Marta Ortega, the daughter of their boss, was his partner because she used a Rolex watch.

Marta Ortega, daughter of Amancio Ortega, founder of Inditex, will be The next president of the company as of April 1, 2022.

Inditex is one of the most important textile companies in fast fashion, it owns brands such as:

  • Zara
  • Bull and Bear
  • Bershka
  • Oysho
  • Massimo Dutti, among others

Marta Ortega (Armancio Ortega Foundation)

Marta Ortega, the next president of Inditex who worked as an employee at Zara

Cristina Galindo, a journalist at El País, wrote a script explaining how Marta Ortega will become one Spanish business women more powerful.

Marta Ortega will appear with Ana Patricia Botín, CEO of Santander Bank, and Beatriz Corridor, Director of Red Eléctrica.

In her letter, the journalist recalled an anecdote told by Marta Ortega in an interview with the US mediator The Wall Street Journal last August.

Marta Ortega said so at the beginning Her working life worked as an employee at Zara store on King’s Road in Chelsea, United Kingdom.

She said that after a week of work she thought she “won’t make it” but that she became “addicted to the store.”

Marta Ortega made it clear when She worked as an employee at Zara and did not say who she was, but her colleagues realized that she was wearing a Rolex watch.

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Marta Orteig will be the next president of Inditex

Marta OrtegaDaughter of Amancio Ortega, founder of the Spanish multinational InditexChairman of this Textiles Group effective 1 April 2022.

On November 30, Inditex reported that it had appointed Marta Ortega to replace Pablo Isla, who had held the position since 2011.

“I have always said that I will dedicate my life to developing my father’s legacy, looking to the future but learning from the past and in serving the company, our shareholders and our customers, where I consider it most needed.”

Marta Ortega

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