Bruce Rubin Joins Frederick Goldman
He is the company’s new senior vice president of sales and business development.
Rubin brings 40 years of career experience to his new role.
"We are thrilled to welcome Bruce Rubin to the Frederick Goldman family as our new senior vice president of sales," said Jonathan Goldman, chairman and CEO at Frederick Goldman.
"Bruce's vast experience and innovative approach to sales and marketing will be instrumental in driving our company's growth and expanding our market presence. We are confident that his exceptional leadership skills and deep industry knowledge will guide us towards even greater success."
Prior to his appointment, Rubin was president of sales and marketing at diamond manufacturer KP Sanghvi for 15 years.
During his tenure, he spearheaded sales strategies, including brand creation, digital marketing, co-branding, and concept creation.
He has also participated in industry organizations throughout his career, including having served as president of the Plumb Club.
From product development and merchandising to sales and manufacturing, Rubin possesses comprehensive expertise across all aspects of the business, including bringing strong manufacturing partnerships established through his travels to Hong Kong, China, and India, the company said.
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