Chef'n Refines Sales Structure; Adds Marketing Executive
July 11, 2013,
SEATTLE-Chef'n Corp. has moved several of its sales executives into new positions.
Emily Skelton has been named national sales manager, a previously unfilled position. Previously sales manager, Eastern region, she is now responsible for the gourmet sales channel and management of each of the individual sales rep groups.
"These personnel changes will allow Chef'n to focus on our top priorities of customer service and product development," said Bob Ludeman, Chef'n's executive vice president, global sales, and to whom Skelton, Swerk, Sweatt and Burrows report.
In addition, Kirsten Goldberg has joined Chef'n as a senior product manager on the company's marketing team.
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