KB Contract expands sales team; Elaine Schroder hired as senior sales manager

KB Contract expands sales team; Elaine Schroder hired as senior sales manager.
In her new role, Elaine Schroder will be involved in customer presentations, development and sales training of sales representatives.

KB Contract has expanded its sales team, with Elaine Schroder joining as senior sales manager. 

In her new role, Schroder will be involved in customer presentations, development and sales training of sales representatives, as well as participating in hospitality industry trade fairs, networking and association activities. She will also be the KBC liaison to senior living and restaurant partnerships, as well as to furniture manufacturers.  Schroder will report to Mark Schechter, SVP for sales of KB Contract.

Prior to joining KB Contract, Schroder was associated with Kravet Contract and held senior level titles including operations and key furniture manager, as well as national sales manager.

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Keyston Bros. was established in 1868 as a family business selling whips and lashes on the streets of San Francisco. Today, it is one of North America’s biggest suppliers and innovators of fabrics, vinyls, leathers and textiles to multiple markets including automotive, awning, marine fabrication, fitness industries and furniture upholstery supplies. The company currently has over 200 employees and 21 warehouse and branch locations throughout the U.S., and is headquartered in Roswell, Georgia. 

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