Nemo Tile + Stone names Matthew Coburger as new director for product merchandising

Nemo Tile + Stone hires Matthew Coburger as new director for product merchandising.
In his new role, Matthew Coburger is in charge of streamlining Nemo’s distribution processes.

Nemo Tile + Stone, a New York-based provider of surface materials, has named Matthew Coburger as its new director for product merchandising. In his new role, Coburger is in charge of streamlining Nemo’s distribution processes.

Coburger used to be the marketing manager of Merola Tile. With a background in the tile and stone industry, which he plans to leverage with his new role with Nemo, he has an eye for photography. He will also help Nemo’s consumer base with the development of new collateral showcasing Nemo’s collections, allowing them to visualize how the product will look in various spaces.

Nemo Tile is also set to launch new lines available in a variety of materials, textures and sizes, including Cape Cod, a collection of glazed ceramic subway tiles with a smooth uneven finish mimicking ocean waves, thereby giving the product a weathered look.

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Nemo is led by Matt Karlin, its president and CEO.

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