At MANGO very diverse work areas exist, although all share the character of an international fashion company. A multicultural environment, in addition to a creative and entrepreneurial spirit, are elements that exist in all of our teams.
All the areas of our company have specialised work teams:
Includes the different departments involved in the creation and manufacture of our fashion collections, as well as the concept of our brand image and its projection outside the company. Consequently, this includes departments such as Design, Showroom, Purchasing, Graphic Design, Window Dressing, Interior Design, Product Distribution, Merchandising, etc.
This is an extensive work area which includes all the departments that provide support to ensure the smooth running of the organisation.
We can mention some as diverse as Human Resources, Legal Management, Communication, Product Identification and Environment, Import/Export, Financial Relations, Administration, Auditing and Internal Control, Property Management, Expansion, Franchisee Services, Store Maintenance, etc.
This focuses on the reception, storage and dispatch of goods, aiming to allow quick distribution and automatic stock replacement to all our stores.
The department is divided into various sections: maintenance, reception, CML distribution, GTT distribution, surpluses, stock (hung and folded), delivery and transport.
The principal tasks of the department are: reception and coding of goods for subsequent classification and stocking; preparation of daily sales replacements in stores; dispatch of goods until their reception in stores; packing, courier services, end of season returns, confirmation of transfers, classification and stocking of clothing and replacement stock to Outlet stores, etc.
IT systems area
Its aim is to provide, maintain and serve the IT needs of headquarters, the international offices and stores in several aspects (equipment, programmes, solutions and infrastructure).
The team is made up of more than 100 professionals, including systems engineers, communications engineers, analysts, programmers and technicians working in departments such as Analysis and Development, Purchasing and Development, Purchasing and Supply of IT Materials, Systems and Communications, R+D and USAT (Store Attention and Service Unit). The fundamental characteristics of these teams are in-house development, flexibility and pro-activeness.