The eloquent smile of Marta Ortega, a rich, fulfilled and happy woman personally and professionally

If a picture is worth a thousand words, it is better to observe the spontaneous smile of one of the richest women in the world to understand the value of complete happiness. Marta Ortega lives her splendid 40 years in both personal and professional fulfillment. This weekend,Martha Ortega He has made it clear that if there is a place where he feels at home, it is the one that has to do with the equestrian world. The president of Inditex This weekend she did not miss her appointment with the International Jumping Competition held at the Madrid Country Club, where she was accompanied by her family, including her three children, Amancio, Matilda and little Manuel whom she was carrying. your cart. Upon her arrival, Marta met with a group of friends with children and it was precisely with the little ones that she showed the most unknown side of herself.

Last December, the businesswoman gave birth to her third child in Madrid and this weekend we were able to see how she has not been separated from him for a single moment. She arrived pushing her cart while she smiled at him and, minutes later, during the meal, she held him in her arms.

Ortega was attentive to the children and at one point gave a kiss to one of the girls, and greeted her ex-husband’s companion, Sergio Álvarez Moya, with a warm hug. The relationship they have is excellent and that includes Torretta, the businesswoman’s current husband who once again has given a lesson in style with a very spring outfit with a green dress, sandals and tote bag.

The top executive of Inditex turned 40 in January

Martha Ortega She turned 40 on January 10, an age that comes at a sweet time for the businesswoman, both on a personal and professional level. After becoming a mother for the third time last December, the daughter of Amancio Ortega can boast of the indisputable success of Inditex. He became president of the textile giant in the spring of 2022 and, faced with the rejection of those who did not trust his management after the departure of Pablo Isla of the Board of Directors, has managed to maintain the group with excellent results: it reaches historical highs on the stock market and is already the ninth largest firm in Europe.

And all this when the businesswoman was preparing to be the mother of her third child, Manuel, the second in common with her husband, Carlos Toretta, with whom she welcomed little Matilda in 2020 – the businesswoman’s first child, Amancio, was born 10 years ago, the result of her marriage to the jockey Sergio Álvarez Moya.

Since she took charge of Inditex, the Galician woman combines her family life with the work of keeping the company built by her father at the top, with whom she maintains a very close relationship. Marta has put challenges on the table that she has more than met: she has modernized the multinational’s brands – Zara, Pull&Bear, Massimo Dutti, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho and Zara Home – and has promoted, for example, the clothing buying and selling platform. secondhand Pre-Owned, taking into account that the clothes vintage It already accounts for 5% of the world’s textile business. Among his achievements is also the opening of macro stores, the so-called Flagship stores. One of them is the Zara store located in Madrid’s Edificio España.

However, the board has also achieved great success in its commitment to the sale onlinesustainability and for Start up like Circ, dedicated to recycling fashion from the fibers that a garment contains; and has launched Join Life, an initiative that pursues the use of the most sustainable cellulosic fibers.

The businesswoman started as another saleswoman at the Zara store located on Oxford Street after graduating in Business Studies from the European Business School at the University of the British capital. She then ended up at Arteixo, where she already got to work with the management and development of fashion and directed the launch of some collections such as Studio or SRPLS. For 15 years he worked in various departments of the company, his role being key in Bershka and Zara Woman.

Marta lives with her husband, to whom she has been happily married for five years, in A Coruña, where she grew up and studied at the Santa María del Mar School. She completed her high school education in Switzerland, before receiving the services of Brigitte, the British au pair who gave her her passion for horse riding. She is the creator of the MOP foundation, dedicated to the promotion and dissemination of culture, art and literature from A Coruña.