Steele Named Marketing Director at Donghia

DonghiaNEW YORK-Donghia has appointed Laura Steele to the post of marketing director, a new position for the manufacturer of designer textiles.

In her new role, Steele oversees all U.S. marketing initiatives for the company and for its two European brands, Rubelli and Sahco (also known as Bergamo Fabrics). She reports to Andrea Rubelli, president and CEO, and Chuck Chewning, creative director.

Prior to joining Donghia, Steele was vice president of marketing at Artistic Tile, responsible for brand strategy, public relations, media planning, events, the redesign of artistictile.com, social media and new product introductions. Her career also includes marketing positions with Interior Design magazine, Meredith Corp. and A&E Television Networks.

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