×
2 366
Fashion Jobs
NORDSTROM
Assistant Manager - Asset Protection - Eaton Center
CDI · Toronto
NORDSTROM
Asset Protection - Agent - Heartland Town Center Rack
CDI · Mississauga
LULULEMON
Assistant Manager, Operations | Upper Canada Mall
CDI · Newmarket
AESOP
Part-Time Retail Consultant | Aesop Kitsilano
CDI · Vancouver
LULULEMON
Assistant Manager, Operations | Bower Place
CDI · Red Deer
SHISEIDO
Director, Human Resources
CDI · Markham
MICHAEL KORS
ft Sales Supervisor
CDI · Mississauga
ADIDAS
Senior Finance Manager, Commercial
CDI · Vaughan
ADIDAS
Director of Finance - Adidas
CDI · Vaughan
MICHAEL KORS
Full Time Sales Supervisor - Scarborough Town Centre
CDI · Toronto
LULULEMON
Assistant Manager, Operations | Scarborough Town Centre
CDI · Toronto
LULULEMON
Assistant Manager, Operations | Lululemon Abbotsford
CDI · Abbotsford
NORDSTROM
Asset Protection - Security Ambassador - Pacific Centre
CDI · Vancouver
NORDSTROM
Asset Protection - Agent - Pacific Centre
CDI · Vancouver
AESOP
Retail Consultant | Eaton Centre
CDI · Toronto
TJX CANADA
Loss Prevention Customer Service Agent - Thunder Bay
CDI · Thunder Bay
WINNERS
Jewelry Consultant, Full Time, Winners & Homesense, Coquitlam
CDI · Coquitlam
MICHAEL KORS
Superviseur Des Ventes Dix30/Sales Supervisor ft- Dix30
CDI · Brossard
ON RUNNING
Sales Representative
CDI · VANCOUVER
TAPESTRY
Sales (Bilingual) Supervisor i
CDI · Halton Hills
MICHAEL KORS
Gestionnaire Des Ressources Humaines – Canada/Human Resources Manager – Canada
CDI · Montreal
ESTEE LAUDER
Associate Consultant - Clinique - Toronto, on
CDI · Toronto
Published
Mar 9, 2021
Reading time
2 minutes
Share
Download
Download the article
Print
Click here to print
Text size
aA+ aA-

Herschel names Jon Hoerauf as its first CEO

Published
Mar 9, 2021

Vancouver, Canada-based travel lifestyle brand Herschel Supply Co. has named Jon Hoerauf to the newly created role of chief executive officer, effective immediately.

Herschel names Jon Hoerauf as its first CEO. - Facebook: Herschel Supply


Hoerauf joins Herschel from Arc’teryx where he spent eight years including in the role of president and general manager. In 2018, he was named president of apparel for Amer Sports, Arc’teryx’s parent company and the owner of brands like Salomon, Peak Performance, Atomic, Suunto, Wilson and Precor.

Prior to Arc’teryx, Hoerauf spent over a decade at The North Face, where he was global product director for the high-performance product line, the Summit Series. 

Herschel was founded in 2009 by brothers, Jamie and Lyndon Cormack. Following the brand’s 10th anniversary in 2019, it brought in new backers along with a consortium of three groups who have each taken a minority investment in Herschel, including Alliance Consumer Growth and HOOPP Capital Partners, the private capital arm of the Healthcare of Ontario Pension Plan, as well as Eurazeo Brands. 

“With collaboration at top of mind, finding a seasoned leader like Jon who we can join forces with, and who can bring out the best in us, our team and our partners, is something we’re really excited about,” said Lyndon Cormack, in a statement to WWD. “We want to ensure we’re exploring every avenue that drives value to anyone who has a touchpoint with our brand.”

In July, the company also named Brian White as its new senior vice president of global sales.
In the role, White was charged with leading and augmenting Herschel's sales strategy across all global markets. 

With the arrival of Hoerauf, the Cormack brothers will continue as managing directors and cofounders.

The brand is currently sold in more than 10,000 stores in 94 countries, and employs over 200 people at its headquarters in Vancouver and in its offices in New York, Los Angeles, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Copyright © 2022 FashionNetwork.com All rights reserved.