Aico names new marketing director

Ryan Farber to aid brand initiatives

Pico Rivera, Calif. – AICO/Amini Innovation Corp. has hired Ryan Farber as director of marketing.

Farber brings to the international home furnishing resource an extensive background in marketing and branding, and most recently held the position of executive director of the West Hollywood Design District.

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"Ryan is a welcome addition to our marketing team and as the Michael Amini brand continues to grow, he will play an important role in our branding initiatives going forward" said Chuck Reilly, AICO executive vp.

Added ceo Michael Amini, “Ryan has great enthusiasm and broad experience that we plan to utilize as our marketing demands expand. We welcome his perspective and contribution as we move our brand to the next level."

Farber will lead the AICO Marketing team from the office in California. “I was so impressed with the rich history of AICO and I'm very pleased to be a part of such a great marketing focused organization," said Farber.

AICO President Martin Ploy noted: "Ryan will be jumping right in as he will be at the High Point Market meeting customers and media partners”.

 

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