Sponsors
Billabong ▼ 0.000 | PPR ▲ +0.45 | American Apparel ▼ -0.005 | The Buckle ▼ -0.01 | Columbia ▼ -0.04 | Deckers Outdoor ▼ -0.19 | Dicks ▲ +0.26 | Foot Locker ▲ +0.62 | Genesco ▲ +0.12 | Iconix Brand Group ▲ +0.06 | Jarden Corp ▲ +0.21 | Nordstrom ▲ +0.39 | Luxottica ▲ +0.57 | Nike ▲ +0.72 | Pacific Sunwear ▼ -0.04 | Skullcandy ▼ -0.01 | Sport Chalet - 0 | Urban Outfitters ▲ +0.38 | VF Corp ▲ +0.09 | Quiksilver ▲ +0.02 | Zumiez ▼ 0.00 | Macys ▲ +0.29 | Tillys ▼ -0.05 |
Ticker Sponsor
Professional Services
Friedman Stroffe & Gerard, P.C.

FSG’s Action Sports Practice Group provides legal services to the action sports industry. Our clients include surfers, skiers, snowboarders and skaters, as well as sponsors and leading apparel companies. Our attorneys serve in positions with industry organizations such as the Association of Surfing Professionals. We know your business and can provide full-service legal solutions to meet your organizational needs.

More Professional Services...
Readers Say
I waited too long to sign up for Executive Edition
I waited too long to sign up for Executive Edition

I read Shop-Eat-Surf at every opportunity, and I waited too long to sign up for the Executive Edition. It’s timely, relevant and clearly “from the industry, for the industry.

- By Andy Laats, President, Nixon
Executive Edition is a must have
Executive Edition is a must have

Before Shop-Eat-Surf, there were two sites I paid for premium content on. One is Surfline, the other is the Wall Street Journal. One is about all things surf, the other, the best business content site in the world. Shop-eat-surf is the intersection of those two worlds. Shop-Eat-Surf provides everything from coverage of events, people, brands and trends. However, beyond the Executive Edition "wall" is more meaty analysis and interpretation of financial statements, business models and brand philosophies; why certain brands and companies are succeeding, where others aren't. The Executive Edition is a must have read if the business of surf and action sports are on your radar screen.

- By Jeff Berg, Co-owner, Surfline
Industry Insight

AGENDA: Dec. 30 deadline to pre-register for Jan. 5-6 Long Beach trade show.
CIT TRADE FINANCE: Middle-market retailers cautiously optimistic for holiday.
Details on Industry Insight.


Tiffany Montgomery
Print This Article

Updated: Skullcandy's new VP of Global Marketing

By Tiffany Montgomery
October 07, 2011 6:33 AM

Editor's note: This story is updated at the bottom with a statement from Skullcandy that I received several days later.

 

Nate Morley is the new VP of Global Marketing for Skullcandy, replacing Mike Carter.

 

Nate joined Skullcandy about 90 days ago in a planned transition, said Skullcandy CEO Jeremy Andrus.

 

Nate formerly served as the SVP of Marketing and Creative at DC Shoes. He also held positions at Deutsch Advertising and Peterson Milla Hooks Advertising.

 

Mike Carter, who previously held the position, left Skullcandy a week ago.

 

Statement from Skullcandy:

 

Nate Morley joined the Skullcandy team as the VP of Global Marketing & Creative. Though Mike Carter held a similar title for the brand initially, his job focus for the last 18 months was limited to marketing the action sports division of the company. The global creative vision of the lifestyle audio brand is under the direction of Nate and his marketing team. Look for big things to come in 2012 and beyond.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


More on: Skullcandy

Articles You Might Have Missed