Q Squared Tabs Bresnahan as Sales VP

NEW YORK-Stephen J. Bresnahan has been named vice president of sales for housewares and tabletop resource Q Squared.

In this newly created position, Bresnahan reports to Nancy Young Mosny, CEO and managing partner, and Rudolf Young Mosny, chief financial officer. Before joining Q Squared, Bresnahan held national sales manager positions with a gifts and accessories company and a cutlery and tabletop company. He has more than 25 years experience in sales and marketing rolls in the consumer-products industry.

Mosny said Bresnahan's appointment is a signal that Q Squared is poised to become a lifestyle resource. "Our pipeline of new products will bring Q Squared more broadly into the homes and minds of a new generation of consumers," Mosny said.

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