MindsInSync Expands London Office

LONDON-MindsInSync has expanded and relocated its United Kingdom office in London, and has named Neil Dodds general manager of the office.

The new location will serve as the company's European headquarters and spearhead its sales, marketing and operations in both the United Kingdom and Europe. As part of the establishment of the new headquarters, MindsInSync will showcase its Microdry brand at the upcoming Pulse London Show, a home and retail trade fair centered on both British and international brands. The Microdry brand encompasses bath, pet, kitchen and outdoor products, featuring patent-pending materials and proprietary processes.

Dodds will work in tandem with Iain Scorgie, MindsInSync's founder, president and CEO, in the company's efforts to expand globally.

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