Fine Jewelry Sharing Service Beekman NY Names President

MajorsApr 02, 2021

Fine Jewelry Sharing Service Beekman NY Names President

Keith Rosen joins with more than 25 years of experience in the luxury goods sector, specializing in fine jewelry and watches.

Beekman founder Christian Keesee, left, and newly named president Keith Rosen at right
New York—Fine jewelry borrowing service Beekman New York has named luxury veteran Keith Rosen as president. 
In the new role, Rosen will focus on the strategic development of the company’s digital platforms and growing its client base.
Rosen joins the company with more than 25 years of experience in the luxury goods sector, specializing in fine jewelry and watches. 
He has held roles in management, marketing, sales, merchandising, and business development at several well-known brands, including most recently as the managing director of De Grisogono in the Americas. 
He also served as vice president of Piaget North America, regional manager for Panerai USA, and flagship store director at Tourneau.
He now succeeds Sharon Novak, who served as founding president of Beekman New York since 2018.
“Keith has successfully led and was a key contributor to the commercial success and strategic development of a number of luxury brands, with a focus on the highest level of customer service to some of the most discerning clients,” Beekman founder Christian Keesee said. “I am looking forward to Keith joining our firm and leading us into our next phase of growth.”
Beekman New York offers members access to more than 1,000 jewels to choose from and borrow, including selections from such houses as Bulgari, Cartier, Harry Winston, Van Cleef & Arpels, Verdura, and more, dating from 1870 to present.
Brecken Branstratoris the senior editor, gemstones at National Jeweler, covering sourcing, pricing and other developments in the colored stone sector.

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