KAYSER-ROTH REALIGNS EXECS TO BETTER SERVICE RETAILERS
NEW YORK — In a major restructuring of its sales effort, Kayser-Roth Corp. has created three regional director posts for its licensed Calvin Klein and Hue hosiery brands.
The realignment aims at increasing the level of support and service for retailers, according to Denise Landman, vice president and general manager of the company’s women’s business with department and specialty stores.
Molly Mott, Cecile Coutret and Carole Martin were promoted from key account managers to regional directors. Each regional director reports to Landman.
The new regional directors assume responsibilities vacated by Pat McNellis, who left Kayser-Roth last month as vice president of sales to join Royce Hosiery Mills as president of the new Nine West Hosiery division.
Mott, who is based in Washington, D.C., heads up the Eastern sales office.
Based in San Antonio, Tex., Coutret oversees the Midwest and Southern sales office.
Martin is based in San Jose, Calif., and runs the West Coast office.