Grange Furniture Names Marketing Director

Jaithan KocharJaithan Kochar

NEW YORK-Grange Furniture has appointed Jaithan Kochar as marketing and public relations manager, replacing Marlie Massena Pattillo, who has joined Resource Furniture as public relations director.

Kochar will report to Heather Ryan, managing director of Grange, where he will oversee the company's integration of brand management, including publicity, marketing, advertising, special promotions, social media and events. "We are thrilled for Jaithan to join Grange Furniture," Ryan said. "His industry experience, together with savvy entrepreneurship, is a dynamic combination for our future brand development."

Prior to joining Grange, Kochar co-founded Eddie Ross, Inc., a design and lifestyle consultancy. From 2006 to 2008, Kochar worked at d-ash design, where he served on the design team of multiple restaurants, boutiques and hotels.

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