- Posted October 22, 2013 by
Isaac Dabah Leads Delta Galil to Record Growth
As the Chief Executive Officer of Delta Galil Industries Ltd., Isaac Dabah leads a global team in manufacturing and supplying innovative intimate apparel to retailers and brands such as Lacoste, Nautica, Target, JC Penney, Victorias Secret, Calvin Klein and more. Mr. Dabah started with the company as Director in 2005, also acting as the Vice-Chairman for Delta Galils Board of Directors.
A few years prior to joining Delta Galil as its CEO, Isaac Dabah established the private equity investment group GMM Capital LLC, which he continues to lead as Managing Director. In 2007, Dabah leveraged his position with GMM Capital to purchase a majority stake in Delta Galil. Since assuming control of the company, Isaac Dabah has continued to expand Delta Galil, recently acquiring the KN Karen Neuburger brand. Annual sales volumes at Delta Galil have exceeded $650 million.
CEO Isaac Dabah said of Delta Galil's most recent quarterly results: "Our strategies to expand the company's retail operations, build our branded business, create innovative products and diversify our regional markets led to strong performance in the first half of 2013. We anticipate continued profitable growth through the rest of this year, as reflected in our increased financial guidance."
It is no wonder that Calcalist, Israels financial daily newspaper, recognized Isaac Dabah as among the top 6 businessmen in the country.
Prior to Delta Galil, Isaac Dabah held CEO at Gloria Vanderbilt (1993-2003). Such was his success with that brand that it was acquired by Jones Apparel Group in 2002. From 2003-2004, Dabah served as CEO of the Jones Denim Division, where he led the division into $1.2 billion in sales. Its major brands were Polo Jeans, Gloria Vanderbilt, and L,e.i.
In addition to his professional work, Isaac Dabah has supported educational initiatives at various institutions throughout his career, including the University of Pennsylvania and the High School of Fashion Industries. As well, he sits on the board of the American Sephardi Foundation.