Denby Changes Selling Strategy in Canada
August 6, 2012,
SOMERSET, N.J.-Tabletop maker Denby will now sell directly to Canadian retailers from its U.S. subsidiary business, reflecting a change in its market representation strategy. Previously Denby had independent distributor in Canada to handle that market.
Todd Jarvis, director of sales, will lead the market development of Denby in Canada.
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