Vincent Wauters, a brilliant Belgian-born manager who worked wonders in the sports sector recently, has been named as the new chief executive of Hunter, the British brand of boots, indicating that it should be able to keep up with its strong momentum. Wauters will start on March 1, taking the place of James Seuss who left the company last November after three successful years in the post. Wauters recently stepped down as president of Arc'teryx, a Canadian brand of sports outerwear, after more than three years in that position. Because of the strong development of brand under his management, he had been placed in charge of all the apparel operations of Amer Sports, the parent company of the brand a year ago. He worked for Redcats, Amazon, Newell Rubbermaid before joining Amer in 2008 to steer its supply chain and IT operations.