Eivy Appoints Carolina Ohlis as COO

Having been recruited from H&M HQ in Stockholm, Sweden Carolina Ohlis has worked with Eivy in their domestic and international sales relations at their HQ in Åre, Sweden and will now be taking on her new role as COO for the company. 

Carolina Ohlis - COO

Carolina Ohlis – COO

Press Release: Carolina Ohlis was recruited from H&M HQ in Stockholm, Sweden, where she had different positions in Buying office and Sales. Relocating to Eivys mountain resort headquarters in Åre, Carolina has been in charge of domestic and international sales relations at Eivy for a year and is now appointed COO.
– I’m stoked to get this unique opportunity to be onboard on Eivys journey. Looking forward to work towards the vision to become superior in our niche together with the best crew. To live and work in this environment is just a dream come true, please don’t wake me up 😉
Åre, Sweden (Tuesday, October 23, 2018): Swedish progressive base layer brand Eivy is proud to announce Carolina Ohlis as COO, overseeing the brands international operations as well as leading the growing team in Åre, Sweden.
“I’m thrilled to have Carolina as our COO at Eivy, as she has all the necessary tools and beyond to allow me to focus on the creative process of the brand, which has always been my main interest” said Anna Vister, founder and owner. “She loves being on the mountain, she loves snow and she loves to get things done, that’s why we are exited having her onboard in this position.
Eivy is in a state of rapid growth, with strong distributor partners in Europe and Australia as well as agents and international key accounts. Eivy was created by snowboarder & fashion designer Anna Vister to challenge and expand the perception of how multiFUNctional Base Layers can be.
From the fashion house in the mountain resort of Åre, Sweden, Eivy produces multiFUNctional Base Layers and matching pieces to get you packing light and feeling right for your #unboredonboard lifestyle worldwide.

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