ARC’TERYX Announces Strategic Changes in Executive Structure
In order to support the tremendous growth and future potential of the brand, key personnel within the company have assumed new roles.
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In order to support the tremendous growth and future potential of the brand, Arc’teryx proudly announces several strategic changes within its executive structure, where key personnel in the company have assumed new roles.
George Curleigh assumes the role of VP Sales. With 19 years experience in European & North American sales management and retail, he will oversee all global sales and service efforts.
Shifting to VP Product & Merchandising, Gary Bryant brings his extensive background in the outdoor industry to oversee all facets of research, design and product development.
Moving to VP Operations, Lance Richardson will oversee all facets of supply chain, logistics and operations. Lance has played pivotal roles within Arc’teryx for 15 years.
Tom Fayle, also with 15 years at Arc’teryx, assumes the newly created position of Director, Advanced Research and Development. Tom will direct the innovation pipeline that is the heart and soul of the company.
â€œThese individuals show true leadership within our business. Their new roles reflect the confidence we have in the brand, our ambition, and our commitment to long-term success,â€ said Tyler Jordan, President.
Arc’teryx Equipment, Inc. is an innovative outerwear and equipment production company based in North Vancouver, BC, Canada. With proprietary Canadian manufacturing facilities to test design and function, products and materials are continually driven forward by passion and performance: evolution in action. Arc’teryx is an Amer Sports brand.