InterDesign, Inc. and founder, Bob Immerman appoint former Step2 CEO Chris Quinn as new CEO

Cleveland-based InterDesign and founder, Bob Immerman announce the appointment of a new CEO
June 26, 2017Alyson Cohen

InterDesignCLEVELAND-based InterDesign and founder Bob Immerman announce the appointment of Chris Quinn as CEO.

"We are thrilled to be making an investment in a leader who will not only be a great partner, but take InterDesign to the next level", Immerman said. Mr. Immerman, who started InterDesign 43 years ago, will continue with the company and assume the role of Chief Innovation Officer as well as Chairman of the Board.

Chris Quinn is an executive with 28 years of experience developing high performing organizations, businesses and brands that exceed shareholder as well as consumer expectations. Chris most recently served as the President and CEO of Streetsboro, Ohio-based Step2 Company, LLC where he and his team successfully drove record top and bottom-line results while also receiving associate engagement recognition through NorthCoast 99 as well as Smart Business Magazine’s Smart 50. Prior to this, he served as executive vice president for North America with New Balance Athletic and spent several years in senior-level executive roles with Procter & Gamble as well as The Clorox Company.

Chris and his wife of 26 years, Rosanna, live in Northeastern Ohio and are committed to the local community having made a personal contribution to the construction of a new football field in Streetsboro which will be named Quinn Field starting in 2017. They have two children, Caila (25) and Chris Jr. (23).

Quinn earned his B.S. from Denison University and an MBA from the University of Michigan’s Stephen M. Ross School of Business.

Alyson CohenaAlyson Cohen | Contributing Editor
ACohen@pbmbrands.com

Alyson Cohen is a senior honors student at Rutgers University who has joined HFN this summer as an editorial intern.

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