Who we are

With roots in Barcelona, one of the cradles of the textile industry, Mango has been looking to the future and inspiring the world with its passion for fashion and lifestyle for the past four decades. Since its inception, Mango has placed creativity and design at the centre of all its decisions, with garments that seek to stand out with their very own identity.

We want to get to know our customers and maintain a close relationship with them, with a vocation for service, personalisation and closeness.  Our brand, with its worldwide presence, leads the pace of the fashion industry, by innovating with the latest technologies and moving increasingly towards sustainability.

Our values

Caring

At Mango, we are committed to people, customers and our partners, whom we consider to be our family.
We promote long-standing and stable relationships by being humble and approachable.

Committed

At Mango, we believe in acting harmoniously with our surroundings: the company, society and the environment. We are committed to helping create a better world.

Entrepreneurial mindset

At Mango, we encourage everyone to think and act like an entrepreneur. We all have the imagination to think outside the box and to innovate.

Authentic

At Mango, we want to be true to our Mediterranean spirit. We are proud of who we are.

Cultural curiosity

At Mango, we believe that art and culture make the world a more inspiring place. Beauty, style and attention to detail all form part of our DNA.

Caring

At Mango, we are committed to people, customers and our partners, whom we consider to be our family.
We promote long-standing and stable relationships by being humble and approachable.

Committed

At Mango, we believe in acting harmoniously with our surroundings: the company, society and the environment. We are committed to helping create a better world.

Entrepreneurial mindset

At Mango, we encourage everyone to think and act like an entrepreneur. We all have the imagination to think outside the box and to innovate.

Authentic

At Mango, we want to be true to our Mediterranean spirit. We are proud of who we are.

Cultural curiosity

At Mango, we believe that art and culture make the world a more inspiring place. Beauty, style and attention to detail all form part of our DNA.

Innovation and rapid adaptation to change

Thinking outside the box in order to anticipate our customers' needs is part of how we see the world. At Mango, we were pioneers in online commerce and are now a European leader in that field. We are focused on building a technological ecosystem of experiences, services and products by developing technological tools and systems to maximise our understanding of customer data (through channels such as our loyalty club, Mango likes you) and link this with the physical and online store.

Our model

Toni Ruiz

Mango Chief Executive Officer

Since early 2020, Toni Ruiz has been the Chief Executive Officer of Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion groups. He has a degree in Economics from the University of Barcelona and a Master’s Degree in Economics and Company Management from the IESE Business School. 

The executive began his professional career at Leroy Merlin España, part of the Adeo group, where he occupied positions in financial management of the Spanish market and worldwide control and planning. 

With a long experience in retail, Toni Ruiz joined Mango in 2015 as Chief Financial Officer, a position he occupied until he was appointed General Manager of the company, in 2018. In March 2020, Toni Ruiz was promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer of Mango.

Jonathan Andic

Director Mango Man, Interior Design and Construction Management

Jonathan Andic is the Director of Mango Man and the head of the group’s Interior Design and Construction Management. In addition, since 2012 he has been a member of the company’s Board of Directors. 

A graduate of Audiovisual Communication in the United States, he furthered his studies at the IESE Business School, where he specialised in Accounting and Finance for Directors and in Management with an EMBA. 

The executive started in his professional career in the company in 2005, when he familiarised himself with the creative process, collection design and team management. In 2007 he began to manage the new Mango Man line, taking on the challenge to launch it on an international level. Throughout his career at the company, his duties have also included supervising the Communication and Image department.

Elena Carasso

Mango Online and Customer Director

Elena Carasso (Barcelona, 1968) is the Mango Online and Customer Director and a member of the Group's Steering Committee. 

A graduate in Graphic Design from the EINA School of Art and Design in Barcelona, she also has a Master’s Degree in Integral and Operations from the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). The executive complemented her training at the IESE business school, where she studied the Management Development Course (MDC). 

Elena Carasso began her career at Mango in 1991, when she joined the company’s Design team. Since then, she has performed different roles in the Group until occupying her current position. In the mid-90s, Elena Carasso began to develop the company’s online division. In 1995, she led the launch of first Mango website and in September 2000, managed the opening of the company’s first online store. 

Since 2016, Elena Carasso has been part of the Mango Steering Committee.

Luis Casacuberta

Director of the Mango Woman, Kids and Home businesses

Luis Casacuberta (Barcelona, 1978) is the Director of Mango Woman, Mango Kids and Mango Home and sits on the group’s Steering Committee. 

A graduate in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, he studied an Executive Master’s Degree in Business Administration (EMBA) at the IESE Business School. 

In 2009, he joined Mango as the Commercial Manager of Mango Man and in 2012 was appointed the Director of said business line. In 2015, Luis Casacuberta took responsibility for the Woman and Kids business lines. In 2020, he managed the launch of the Mango Home line. He is currently responsible for these three business lines. 

In 2017, Luis Casacuberta joined Mango’s Steering Committee.

Daniel López

Mango Director of Expansion and Franchises

Daniel López (Manresa, 1972) is the Mango Expansion and Franchises Director and sits on the Steering Committee. 

After graduating in Law at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, he completed a Management Development (PMD) course at the IESE Business School. 

The executive joined Mango in 1996 as the Director of Legal Management, a position he occupied until 2005, when he was appointed Assistant General Manager, with responsibility for Franchisee Services, Communication, Property Management, Licensing and New Business Management. 

Daniel López has been a member of the group’s Board of Directors since it was established in 2007, and is also a member of the company’s Steering Committee. 

As well as being responsible for company and franchise store expansion, he is also responsible for the Wholesale division. 

Jordi Álex Moreno

Chief Information Technology Officer of Mango

Jordi Álex Moreno (Barcelona, 1973) is Chief Information Technology Officer of Mango. 

A graduate in Law and Business Studies from the University of Barcelona, the executive has had a long career in the telecommunications sector. Before joining Mango, Jordi Álex Moreno was IT Director at Desigual, a position he took up in 2010. 

He began his professional career at Amena (now France Telecom) in 1999 and has worked for other companies, such as Grupo Auna and IBM. 

In 2018, the Director joined Mango to lead the company’s digital transformation. 

David Payeras

Mango People Director

David Payeras (Barcelona, 1972) is the People Director of Mango and has been a member of the Steering Committee since 2021. 

A graduate in Psychology from the University of Barcelona, he has a Master’s Degree in Organisational Development from the GR Institute and an MBA from the ESADE business school. In 2014, he took a General Management Programme at IESE and, in 2018, a Georgetown-ESADE Executive Program. 

Before joining Mango, David Payeras worked for Grifols, where he occupied the position of Corporate Vice-President for Talent and Organisation, between 2017 and 2021. 

Throughout his career, he has occupied various Human Resources positions in companies such as P&G and Arbora & Ausonia.

César de Vicente

Mango Global Retail Director

César de Vicente (Burgos, 1971) is the Global Retail Director of Mango and a member of the Group's Steering Committee. 

A graduate of Economics and Business Studies from the University of Valladolid, he has a Postgraduate Degree in International Commerce from the Technical University of Madrid. 

Before joining Mango in 2019, César de Vicente worked for the French company Kiabi for thirteen years. Between 2007 and 2016, the executive was the General Manager of the Spanish subsidiary, and later managed the Cross Channel Department with overall responsibility for retail. 

Throughout his career, César de Vicente has occupied various positions in retail companies such as Promod, Sport Zone and Decathlon.

Our management team

Toni Ruiz

Mango Chief Executive Officer

Since early 2020, Toni Ruiz has been the Chief Executive Officer of Mango, one of Europe’s leading fashion groups. He has a degree in Economics from the University of Barcelona and a Master’s Degree in Economics and Company Management from the IESE Business School. 

The executive began his professional career at Leroy Merlin España, part of the Adeo group, where he occupied positions in financial management of the Spanish market and worldwide control and planning. 

With a long experience in retail, Toni Ruiz joined Mango in 2015 as Chief Financial Officer, a position he occupied until he was appointed General Manager of the company, in 2018. In March 2020, Toni Ruiz was promoted to the position of Chief Executive Officer of Mango.

Jonathan Andic

Director Mango Man, Interior Design and Construction Management

Jonathan Andic is the Director of Mango Man and the head of the group’s Interior Design and Construction Management. In addition, since 2012 he has been a member of the company’s Board of Directors. 

A graduate of Audiovisual Communication in the United States, he furthered his studies at the IESE Business School, where he specialised in Accounting and Finance for Directors and in Management with an EMBA. 

The executive started in his professional career in the company in 2005, when he familiarised himself with the creative process, collection design and team management. In 2007 he began to manage the new Mango Man line, taking on the challenge to launch it on an international level. Throughout his career at the company, his duties have also included supervising the Communication and Image department.

Elena Carasso

Mango Online and Customer Director

Elena Carasso (Barcelona, 1968) is the Mango Online and Customer Director and a member of the Group's Steering Committee. 

A graduate in Graphic Design from the EINA School of Art and Design in Barcelona, she also has a Master’s Degree in Integral and Operations from the Open University of Catalonia (UOC). The executive complemented her training at the IESE business school, where she studied the Management Development Course (MDC). 

Elena Carasso began her career at Mango in 1991, when she joined the company’s Design team. Since then, she has performed different roles in the Group until occupying her current position. In the mid-90s, Elena Carasso began to develop the company’s online division. In 1995, she led the launch of first Mango website and in September 2000, managed the opening of the company’s first online store. 

Since 2016, Elena Carasso has been part of the Mango Steering Committee.

Luis Casacuberta

Director of the Mango Woman, Kids and Home businesses

Luis Casacuberta (Barcelona, 1978) is the Director of Mango Woman, Mango Kids and Mango Home and sits on the group’s Steering Committee. 

A graduate in Industrial Engineering from the Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña, he studied an Executive Master’s Degree in Business Administration (EMBA) at the IESE Business School. 

In 2009, he joined Mango as the Commercial Manager of Mango Man and in 2012 was appointed the Director of said business line. In 2015, Luis Casacuberta took responsibility for the Woman and Kids business lines. In 2020, he managed the launch of the Mango Home line. He is currently responsible for these three business lines. 

In 2017, Luis Casacuberta joined Mango’s Steering Committee.

Daniel López

Mango Director of Expansion and Franchises

Daniel López (Manresa, 1972) is the Mango Expansion and Franchises Director and sits on the Steering Committee. 

After graduating in Law at the Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, he completed a Management Development (PMD) course at the IESE Business School. 

The executive joined Mango in 1996 as the Director of Legal Management, a position he occupied until 2005, when he was appointed Assistant General Manager, with responsibility for Franchisee Services, Communication, Property Management, Licensing and New Business Management. 

Daniel López has been a member of the group’s Board of Directors since it was established in 2007, and is also a member of the company’s Steering Committee. 

As well as being responsible for company and franchise store expansion, he is also responsible for the Wholesale division. 

Jordi Álex Moreno

Chief Information Technology Officer of Mango

Jordi Álex Moreno (Barcelona, 1973) is Chief Information Technology Officer of Mango. 

A graduate in Law and Business Studies from the University of Barcelona, the executive has had a long career in the telecommunications sector. Before joining Mango, Jordi Álex Moreno was IT Director at Desigual, a position he took up in 2010. 

He began his professional career at Amena (now France Telecom) in 1999 and has worked for other companies, such as Grupo Auna and IBM. 

In 2018, the Director joined Mango to lead the company’s digital transformation. 

David Payeras

Mango People Director

David Payeras (Barcelona, 1972) is the People Director of Mango and has been a member of the Steering Committee since 2021. 

A graduate in Psychology from the University of Barcelona, he has a Master’s Degree in Organisational Development from the GR Institute and an MBA from the ESADE business school. In 2014, he took a General Management Programme at IESE and, in 2018, a Georgetown-ESADE Executive Program. 

Before joining Mango, David Payeras worked for Grifols, where he occupied the position of Corporate Vice-President for Talent and Organisation, between 2017 and 2021. 

Throughout his career, he has occupied various Human Resources positions in companies such as P&G and Arbora & Ausonia.

César de Vicente

Mango Global Retail Director

César de Vicente (Burgos, 1971) is the Global Retail Director of Mango and a member of the Group's Steering Committee. 

A graduate of Economics and Business Studies from the University of Valladolid, he has a Postgraduate Degree in International Commerce from the Technical University of Madrid. 

Before joining Mango in 2019, César de Vicente worked for the French company Kiabi for thirteen years. Between 2007 and 2016, the executive was the General Manager of the Spanish subsidiary, and later managed the Cross Channel Department with overall responsibility for retail. 

Throughout his career, César de Vicente has occupied various positions in retail companies such as Promod, Sport Zone and Decathlon.

A global company

At Mango, we have sought to bring our passion for fashion to the world from the start. Present in more than 115 markets, Mango adapts to each country, with a complete ecosystem of international channels and partners and a network of more than 2,500 physical points of sale and a powerful online platform.

+2.500 Stores in the world