Nourison Promotes Julie Rosenblum to Executive Director

Julie RosenblumJulie Rosenblum

SADDLE BROOK, N.J.--Nourison has promoted Julie Rosenblum to executive director of licensing, a new position. Rosenblum has been with the company for more than 12 years, most recently as brand manager. She is responsible for managing and developing licensed brands for the company, in addition to handling the sales of special key accounts, such as specific catalogs and other national retailers.

"Julie has been an integral part of our sales and licensing team," said Alex Peykar, principal at Nourison, to whom Rosenblum reports. "Her level of commitment and dedication to our company has been reflected in her work. She has done a great job of ensuring that the delicate balance between the needs of our brand and those of our licensees are maintained effectively. I wish her continued success and I am certain she can handle any new challenges that come our way as we explore new branding opportunities in the future."

Nourison partners with several well-known brands in the home furnishings and fashion industries: Calvin Klein, Joseph Abboud and, most recently, Barclay Butera.

"I truly enjoy being a part of such a great company and working on building relationships with such nationally known brands," said Rosenblum. "I look forward to expanding our product lines for our existing brands as well as developing selective new licensees in the future that will broaden the recognition of the Nourison brand."

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