Monbento Signs with Janus to Promote U.S. Growth

MonbentoNEW YORK-Monbento, the French manufacturer of bento boxes, bottles, bowls and other products, is partnering with Janus, a sales and operations organization, to help establish a firm market foundation in the United States. With this new union, Janus will aid in building a brand platform to accelerate growth in the U.S. market, monbento said.

All day-to-day operations and U.S. sales for monbento will be overseen and managed by Janus in its New York office.

"We are very committed and excited to take the next step for monbento in the U.S., and after much research we are confident Janus is the right partner with the expertise to provide all services we need, such as taking over the responsibility of developing a sales rep organization and establishing distribution capabilities that otherwise would be more difficult to manage from France," said Emilie Creuzieux, CEO of monbento.

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