Andis Adds Three to Exec Team

AndisTop to bottom: Bruce Bock, Aileen Nunez, Jeffrey Wolf

STURTEVANT, Wis.-Andis has bolstered its executive team with three new hires.

Bruce Bock has been named marketing communications manager, filling a position that had been vacant for some time. Bock is responsible for building Andis' brand and supporting sales via strategic, integrated communications, and oversees advertising and public relations, digital marketing, packaging and trade shows. He reports to Karen Formico, vice president of marketing.

Aileen Nunez has joined Andis as international manager of education and style, a position evolved from one previously held by Ivan Zoot, director of education and customer engagement, who has left the company to join Marianna Industries. Nunez directs, administers and coordinates all educational functions for Andis' professional beauty and barber division, seeking to build the company's brand through professional outreach, building rapport through educational programs and assisting with marketing programs and trade shows. She reports to Gary Stanczyk, vice president of sales.

Jeffrey Wolf has been appointed director of product engineering, a new position for Andis. Wolf is responsible for the research and development of the product process from conception through bringing it to the global marketplace, including monitoring production deadlines and quality control. He reports to Tom George, vice president of engineering and operations.

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