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Christopher Designs Appoints VP of Sales

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Christopher Designs Appoints VP of Sales(PRESS RELEASE) NEW YORK – Christopher Designs announces the appointment of Margaret Becker to the position of vice president of sales, effective immediately.

Becker has been with the company for 14 years, holding several key roles, including her most recent position as sales executive manager. Her passion for sales was ignited when she was tapped to expand Christopher Designs overseas. As a result, Becker grew the business into a multi-million-dollar revenue stream. In her new role, she will be responsible for the sales growth of the organization and manage the company’s U.S. sales representatives.

“Margaret has demonstrated true commitment to the company over the years,” said Christopher Slowinski, president and CEO of Christopher Designs. “She quickly made a name for herself with both our retail distribution channel and our vendors. She knows our business and has developed a great understanding of the industry and its complexities. She is the perfect person to spearhead our growth plans.”

“Having spent time in nearly every aspect of the Christopher Design business, it’s provided me with education and knowledge to now take on this leadership role,” said Becker. “The unique benefits that Christopher Designs can offer a retailer are key to helping them differentiate our product and remain profitable in today’s market. I look forward to deepening relationships with our retail partners and to taking our sales to the next level.”

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