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Lighting4Diamonds Names Former Kassoy President to VP Role

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She spent 20+ years with Kassoy.

Miami, FL — Lighting4Diamonds, lighting solutions and store design provider for the jewelry industry, announced that Joanne Slawitsky has joined the company as vice president of marketing and sales. She will be responsible for growing the company through the development and implementation of sales and marketing strategies.

Slawitsky brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise in the jewelry industry to this position, including longstanding experience in sales and in executive roles.

She spent more than 20 years at Kassoy in various roles. She left her role as president of Kassoy in August 2016. While with Kassoy, she received the Women’s Jewelry Association Award for Excellence.

“Lighting4Diamonds is at the forefront of design lighting technology, and I’m delighted to be part of this organization and continue their work as an industry leader,” Slawitsky said. “I’m excited to expand the company’s product line, and to work with company partners Vijay Paul and Jorge Pascual. Between the three of us, we have over 70 years of experience in the jewelry industry, and I know there are great things ahead for Lighting4Diamonds.”

Lighting4Diamonds will display its lighting solutions and other services at JCK Las Vegas, June 5-8, Booth B63049 (located in the Essentials and Tech neighborhood).

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