McDaneld Named VP Sales, Marketing at Rogaska

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NEW YORK-Rogaska has named Brent McDaneld to the newly created position of vice president of sales and marketing of its U.S. affiliate Rogaska America, Inc. He reports to Bostjan Leskovar, president of Rogaska America.


Brent McDaneld joins Rogaska from Baccarat, where he served as vice president of merchandising, marketing and design for the North America division since 2003. McDaneld also has retail experience. Prior to Baccarat, McDaneld served as senior vice president of retail at Gump's, and also held a variety of positions at I. Magnin during the course of 15 years.

"Brent brings a wealth of cross-functional expertise and a true understanding of the department store and luxury retail market and their dynamics in the U.S." said Leskovar. "His expertise and multi-faceted sales and marketing experience with luxury brands for home and interior collections will certainly fortify our efforts as we develop the Rogaska brand and image in the U.S."

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