Eisenberg Leaves Latex International

Tomas EisenbergTomas Eisenberg

SHELTON, Conn.-Tomas Eisenberg, Latex International's vice president of strategic marketing, has resigned from the company to pursue other interests, effective immediately.

Eisenberg's responsibilities over international business development will now be assumed by Kurt Ling, president of the company's Pure LatexBLISS brand. Ling's appointment is part of an organizational change to Latex International's brand management offices in the United States, Europe and Asia.

After joining Latex International in 2000, Eisenberg served in a number of executive roles in sales, marketing, international and operations. In a company statement, Dave Fisher, president and CEO, credited Eisenberg with developing the domestic and international distribution channels and for playing a key role in its direct-to-retail strategies.

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