Facets of Fire Names New Director of Marketing
Katie Stelmaszek brings 12 years of industry experience to the role.
Stelmaszek has 12 years of experience in the industry. In her new role, she will act as the “brand visionary,” working closely with retailers on marketing needs, the company said.
With her proven track record of success in wholesale and retail marketing, the company said it’s confident Stelmaszek will help the brand grow and provide the “level of customer service [its] retailers deserve.”
She comes to Facets of Fire from Buzz Advertising Agency, where she served as the general manager, helping jewelry retailers nationally grow their business through marketing. Prior to that, she worked for 10 years at Bottom Line Marketing in roles that included creative director.
Stelmaszek has a degree in media production and new technologies from Northern Michigan University.
"I am thrilled to develop the marketing strategy for a company focused on revolutionizing the natural diamond industry," said Stelmaszek.
"Having worked closely with jewelry retailers, I recognize there is a need to differentiate and elevate natural diamonds in order for retailers to remain profitable against synthetic diamonds."
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