Groupe SEB Names Poppens, Mangus VPs for All-Clad

All-CladWEST ORANGE, N.J.-Groupe SEB USA has appointed Jim Poppens and Marc Mangus vice presidents for its All-Clad brand.

Poppens is vice president of marketing, responsible for leading all commercial marketing efforts in support of the All-Clad brand. Mangus has been named vice president of sales for All-Clad, effective Aug. 12, responsible for leading all of the brand's sales efforts. Both Poppens and Mangus report to Greg Cairo, president of Groupe SEB USA.

Before joining Groupe SEB, Poppens served in marketing positions with Newell Rubbermaid, and his career includes marketing and business development positions with Kellogg, REI, Coca-Cola, Dreyer's Ice Cream, Nestle and General Mills. Mangus' career includes sales and marketing roles with Zwilling J.A. Henckels, Danaher Corp. and Black & Decker.

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