Isko is adding a wealth of denim industry experience to its team. The Turkish denim mill announced that Rosey Cortazzi will join Isko as its new global marketing director.
In July, Isko announced that Marco Lucietto was stepping down from the role to become a senior advisor. At that time, Isko said the company’s B2B marketing department would take the new name, Global B2B Marketing and Business Development.
In her new role, Cortazzi will focus on advancing Isko’s position within the industry and to build and sustain strong and trusted partnerships with both brands and retailers. She’ll work to develop and lead Isko’s marketing and business development teams across the globe.
Cortazzi’s previous experiences include positions in denim, sports and casualwear. In her most recent role at O’Neill Europe, Cortazzi oversaw the brand’s men’s, women’s, kids and snow businesses. Previously at Levi Strauss, she managed the launch of the Curve ID program in Europe, which helped Levi’s European women’s business return to growth.
She was also the Head of Merchandising and Logistics at Diesel, and then spent seven years a Nike covering many different areas, including the brand’s premium White label, women’s lifestyle and performance and global men’s sportswear.