AIMsights Adds Associates

AIMsights_logoDOVER, Pa.-The AIMsights Group, a market research firm, has named Judy Bono and Henry Ching as senior associates.

Bono worked at The Pfaltzgraff Co. for more than 20 years, managing branded, licensed and private label product categories and merchandised assortments across multiple channels--including stores, catalogs and e-commerce--and built the Pfaltzgraff's licensing business with more than 50 licensees.

Ching has more than 35 years of international corporate and in-the-field business expertise, with in-depth experience in creating global supply chains. He has worked with start-ups, small to mid-size consumer goods companies, major suppliers and distribution ventures. Ching is also fluent in English, Mandarin, Shanghainese and Cantonese.

"We are excited to add these seasoned experts to our team," said AIMsights Co-founder Robin Albing. "I have worked directly with Judy and Henry in the past," added Co-founder Marsha Everton. "Judy is a true merchant, who turns trends into successful products. Henry is an expert in building global networks, melding western business skills with eastern cultural and business acumen."

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