Business briefs for Wednesday, July 5
Coherent with its strategy to become a global outdoor mountain lifestyle brand with ambitions to be a leading player in all segments of mountain sports, The Quiksilver Rossignol Group announced today that Canice Harte will join its management team in Park City to fill the position of vice president of sales and marketing, soft goods division. Canice will be directly responsible for sales activities and will oversee the adaptation of Rossignol’s global marketing strategies related to the apparel, accessories and footwear divisions of the Rossignol brand for the U.S. market.
Prior to joining The Quiksilver Rossignol Group, Canice was the national sales manager, soft goods division, for Salomon N.A. He also has extensive sales experience with respected brands such as Patagonia, The North Face and Sierra Design.
Canice will work closely with MaryAnne Hartley, Rossignol’s outerwear program sales manager, during the next several months in launching the brand’s summer 2007 apparel and footwear program. He will report directly to Francois Goulet, President of the Rossignol Group for North America.
American Legion and UDWS to host job fair
The American Legion in partnership with the Utah Department of Workforce Services has invited businesses to participate in a special job fair, to be held in conjunction with The American Legion’s 88th National Convention, Saturday, Aug. 26, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City.
The job fair will be an opportunity to recruit military veterans. More than 1,000 will be ready to be interviewed. There is no fee for companies to take part in the one-day job fair. The complimentary exhibit space will consist of one table and two chairs. Businesses may also choose to be an exhibitor at the Convention for the full seven days (Aug. 25-31) of the event for a fee of $950.00.
To reserve space for the job fair, or to reserve space as an exhibitor for the entire convention, please call 801-468-0097.
Jess Reid hires Terry Sidford
Jess Reid Real Estate has announced Terry Sidford has joined the firm as a licensed sales associate specializing in primary and residential real estate sales.
Originally from southern California, Sidford has 15 years experience in medical sales and marketing.
She is the mother of two boys who are active in tennis, soccer and snowboarding. Sidford will be working with her husband Matthew Sidford.
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