David Weisz Names Two New Territory Managers
The fine jewelry brand has new managers of the Midwest and Northeast regions.
Rob Cauthorn has joined the New York-based company as territory manager of the Midwest.
He has three decades of experience in the retail jewelry space, previously working for Hannoush and Icebox.
Cauthorn “will bring his strong industry pedigree and business savvy to his partner retailers,” said the company.
Ellen Sigel has also joined the jeweler as territory manager of the Northeast.
The luxury retail veteran has had “decades of sales success,” previously working for Bernie Robbins and Murphy Jewelers.
“Her ability to positively influence results at retail will position her as a great asset for her partner retailers,” said the company.
Yoely Weisz, president of David Weisz, said, “We are delighted to welcome Ellen and Rob to our team. We felt it was important to add talented professionals who already understood the challenges of luxury jewelry retail, so that they can add value to our partners now and into the future.”
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