The Kingswood Co. Names New VP, Wins Award
The company was recognized for one of its private-label, consumer-focused jewelry care lines.
Waclawski joined the company in 2012 as a designer. She later moved up to art director and then creative director, assisting with marketing, product development, and sales.
She led the development and debut of its “Clean + Care” jewelry care line and has bolstered the company’s private-labeling capabilities. She also assisted with new product development, innovation, and the value-added services offered to customers.
In her new role, Waclawski will lead the sales, marketing and design teams, follow industry trends, plan out strategic initiatives, and maintain long-term customer relationships.
“This promotion is a reflection of Pam’s tremendous impact on our company’s continued growth and success,” said Kristie Nicolosi, president and CEO of The Kingswood Company.
“We have a long-standing history of valuing promotion from within, as both our team and our customers benefit from the institutional knowledge and skills acquired over time, which guarantee continuous high-quality services and products for our customers.”
Waclawski shared her excitement for the new role.
“I am honored to receive this promotion and to continue to grow my career and explore my creativity with The Kingswood Company,” she said.
“Working with our talented team and valued customers for the last 11 years has been inspiring and fulfilling, and I look forward to continued growth for both Kingswood and myself.”
In addition to the promotion, the Kingswood Company announced that one of its private-label jewelry care product lines received a “Gold 2023 Editors’ Pick” award in the cleaning category from Store Brands magazine.
The line includes an assortment of at-home and on-the-go consumer-focused jewelry cleaners. It was developed in 2021 and launched in 2022 in more than 2,000 stores throughout North America.
“The award-winning line’s fresh look was designed with inspiration from high-end luxury and cosmetic products, differentiating it from other jewelry care products in the market,” said the company.
The packaging shares information on jewelry care and cleaning.
“We are proud to partner with our customers to design beautiful product lines that marry our outstanding jewelry cleaning formulas with packaging that highlights the customer’s brand and its luxury nature,” said Waclawski, the new vice president of sales, marketing, and design.
“We are also unique in our attention to jewelry care education, which helped this brand become award winning.”
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