USA: Project Solvers Expands Staff
Anne Maxfield, President and Founder of Project Solvers, the premier resource for free agent talent in the fashion industry, announced five key personnel moves today.
Project Solvers veteran, Kathleen O'Grady, has been promoted to Director of Sales and Marketing. Beth Mayhon is now Manager of New Business Development, Julie Wright and Kerin Crofton have joined as Sales and Marketing Executives. Laura Styles has signed on as Sales and Marketing Associate. The Sales and Marketing Department of Project Solvers is responsible for both recruiting new creative talent and supplying the best free agents for their clients projects.
- Kathleen O'Grady - Director of Sales and Marketing - Kathleen is a
graduate of Rutgers and spent over five years in retail before
joining Project Solvers in 1997.
- Beth Mayhon - Manager of New Business Development - Beth is a
graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology and spent eight
years in the junior dress market.
- Julie Wright - Sales and Marketing Executive - Julie previously
spent eight years with New York Sports Clubs as a sales
consultant. She was consistently ranked among the top ten
performers while there.
- Kerin Crofton - Sales and Marketing Executive - Kerin is a
graduate of the Fashion Institute of Technology with a B.S. in
Marketing. She formerly was with Wrapper, a junior sportswear
manufacturer where she was responsible for both merchandising and
managing sales revenues.
- Laura Styles - Sales and Marketing Associate - Laura comes to
Project Solvers and New York from Dallas where she was a Project
Coordinator for EQ International, part of an architectural design
firm. She has a B.F.A. from Louisiana Tech.
Now in its 12th year of operation, Project Solvers is the premier source for free-agent talent serving the retail, apparel and accessories industries. As the needs of the industry evolve and change to incorporate technology, so has Project Solvers. The company offers highly experienced talent in design, technical design, production, graphics, merchandising, illustrating, patternmaking and textiles to the most prestigious names in the fashion business, including Fortune 500 companies. You can visit their web site at www.Project-Solvers.com.
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