Hollander Sleep Products Appoints Meg Armstrong to Head Up E-Commerce Division

Company looks to accelerate the growth of its e-commerce
January 12, 2017Press Release

HollanderLogoFULLBoca Raton, FL – January 10, 2017 , Hollander Sleep Products is pleased to announce Meg Armstrong has joined their team as SVP of E-Commerce reporting directly to Mark Eichhorn, CEO.

Meg comes to Hollander with extensive E-Commerce and consumer products experience. Meg held the position of VP and GM of E-Commerce at Cree, Inc. since 2012. Prior to that she was SVP of US Consumer Direct at Lands End. Prior experience includes General Manager of E-Commerce at QVC, VP of Direct Marketing at GMAC Insurance and Director of Consumer Direct Marketing at David’s Bridal. Meg is also proud to have launched Lowe’s Companies first E-Commerce platform.

“We are delighted to have Meg join our team at Hollander Sleep Products.” stated Mark Eichhorn. “Her years of experience and vast knowledge will accelerate our E-Commerce sales growth. E-Commerce is one of our biggest growth opportunities. Having Meg onboard to head up this division will help achieve our growth expectations.

Meg recently relocated to the Hollander Sleep Products’ corporate office in Boca Raton, FL from Racine, Wisconsin.

“I am delighted to join Hollander Sleep Products.” stated Meg Armstrong. “The company is set for great growth within the E-Commerce channel. Having 6 manufacturing plants here in the US is a huge advantage for us, from a shipping and fulfillment standpoint. I look forward to working with the team and being a part of this next growth phase at Hollander Sleep Products.”


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