Moritz Hahn, who currently oversees supply and demand functions at Zalando in his role as senior vice president of the company, is leaving in December. His responsibilities will be taken over by two managers, Barbara Daliri-Freyduni and Boris Ewenstein. Daliri-Freyduni, who previously held positions at Google, Netflix and Microsoft, took on a new role on Oct. 1 as senior vice president of demand, overseeing Zalando's market structure and the company's fashion marketing teams in 17 countries. She will report directly to Robert Genz, co-founder and joint chief executive of Zalando. Ewenstein, currently senior vice president of the people and organization division, will take care of the supply side of the business, overseeing the fashion and category management teams as well as adjacent technology teams. Furthermore, in January, Ralf Herbich will take on the management of Zalando's data science and machine learning activities. Herbich, an artificial intelligence expert, joins the e-commerce company from Amazon, where he acted as managing director of its German development centers.