Ellery Sets Expanded Management Team

Ellery HomestylesNEW YORK-Ellery HomeStyles has enlarged its management team with a number of new hires.

The textiles manufacturer has named Sandy McNeil vice president of bedding, responsible for the growth of the company's licensed and private-label bedding products across all retail channels. McNeil comes to Ellery from Beacon Looms, where she served as senior vice president of merchandising and sales for that company's bedding and window divisions.

Also, Ilona Nagy has joined Ellery as vice president of e-commerce, responsible for accelerating the growth of the company's business-to-business initiative in developing assortments for retail customers' websites, along with the accompanying sales and marketing campaigns.

Robin Helfer has been named chief operating officer, responsible for Ellery's operations and for driving efficiencies throughout the organization and supply chain. Before joining Ellery, Helfer was chief financial officer of Topps Co., prior to which she served as Topps' vice president of global operations and finance.

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