MONTREAL, Nov. 08, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Montreal-based BonLook is pleased to announce the appointment of Dany Le Siège to the role of Vice-President of Customer Experience and Sales. With more than 35 years of experience as a senior executive in both the tech and retail sectors, Dany’s leadership is recognized for bringing together people to form successful and passionate teams. She has previously filled several managerial positions at Bell during her three-decade-long career, operating different banners and boutiques.
An inspiring leader known for her determination and enthusiasm, Dany will report to Louis-Félix Boulanger, co-founder and chief operating officer of BonLook.
“We are pleased to have Dany join the BonLook team,” says Louis-Félix. “As a leader in the retail industry, Dany is familiar with the many challenges faced by growing businesses, particularly those with products that require a best-in-class level of customer service. Her outstanding reputation as a team manager and ability to mobilize and optimize retail operations make Dany the ideal candidate to take on such a highly-strategic role within the company.”
Dany Le Siège assumed this role as of November 4, 2019.
BonLook offers an innovative sales experience along with products that have style and unfailing quality. Since its inception, the company has aimed to improve the accessibility of prescription glasses in the goal of creating a must-have fashion accessory with an unbeatable quality-price ratio. Initially launched online, the company now has 34 stores and plans to reach 40 stores in Canada in 2020. Today, BonLook defines itself as the ultimate destination to build a covetable eyewear wardrobe featuring styles designed in Montreal.
Now 375 employees strong, the company is a prime example of the success of the omnichannel trend in the retail sector. The strength of this model differentiates BonLook from other retailers in the field of optics in Canada.
For more information, visit www.bonlook.com.
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