Four Hands Appoints Dunn as Product Development Manager

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AUSTIN, Texas-Four Hands has brought on Adam Dunn to be a product development manager for the company.

In this role, Dunn will act as a liaison between the design floor, the production factories, and the greater design community, ensuring the quality and standards of Four Hands products and seeking out opportunities for future growth.

"We couldn't be more thrilled to welcome Adam to the Four Hands team," said Creative Director Anna Ogden Coots. "We have worked hard to carve out Four Hands' role in the industry, and Adam, with his strong background in product development, brings a wealth of expertise to the table."

Dunn comes to Four Hands after six years with Arhaus Furniture, where he was a product developer, overseeing the occasional and wall categories in their case line as well as traveling internationally to work directly with manufacturers on design and vendor sourcing. At Four Hands, Dunn's responsibilities will span from factory collaboration to the sales floor, ensuring the quality of incoming products and identifying solutions for the brand's evolution and expansion.

"I've always been a huge fan of Four Hands," said Dunn. "I've always believed they are a fashion leader in the home retail industry and I'm very pleased to begin developing product for such an established brand."

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