J.Queen New York Expands Staff

NEW YORK - Two-year-old J.Queen New York, founded by former Croscill exec Julie Brady, has added a number of new positions to support its growing line, which includes fashion bedding, bath accessories and window products, with fabric soon to debut.
     Buddy Gordon has joined as account executive and will focus on accounts in the Eastern Region inclusive of Bed, Bath and Beyond, Macy's, Bloomingdales, Boscov's and others.
     Jason Hagey has joined as supply chain director. He will support the company's efforts as it grows its infrastructure to support an increasing and varied domestic and international customer base. Hagey has a long background on both the retail and manufacturing side with a strong emphasis on understanding retail selling and product forecasting.
     Joyce Alcantara is the company's new global product manager handling administrative, costing, and showroom presentation for all product categories. She will help coordination the fall launch of J.Queen New York's initial fabric collection.
     "Our business has grown steadily in our first two years, and the addition of sales and operations talent will allow us to support our customer base with service that can be depended on - enhancing our already significant efforts in the design and merchandising areas," said Brady, president.

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