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iFabric names Giancarlo Beevis as IFTNA's President & CEO
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Jul '14
The Board of Directors of iFabric Corp, hereinafter referred to as "iFabric" or the "Company", announces the appointment of Mr.Giancarlo Beevis as President and CEO of its wholly-owned subsidiary company, Intelligent Fabric Technologies (North America) Inc. ("IFTNA").
 
"This appointment was made in recognition of the vital role Giancarlo has played in securing a number of important customer and supplier relationships and for overseeing the regulatory registrations and approval processes that are key to the growth of our intelligent textiles division." said Dr. Jeff Coyne, Chairman of the Board of Directors of iFabric.
 
In addition, Giancarlo has developed a number of novel marketing strategies for the division. Giancarlo has a B.A. (Honours) degree from York University and joined the Company in 2006 after extensive experience in the management of sales for a number of major retailers.
 
"Giancarlo is an accomplished leader and strategic thinker who is passionate about our mission and is committed to our vision of developing a safer, healthier tomorrow through providing innovative solutions for textiles used in healthcare, as well as work, home and play." said Hylton Karon President and CEO of iFabric.
 
"The appointment of Giancarlo is being made in anticipation of significant sales growth in intelligent textile technologies that, we see materializing commencing the first quarter of 2015." added Mr Karon.
 
"I see this as an exciting and pivotal time in the development of this division, and am looking forward to the challenge of growing IFTNA into a market leader." said Mr. Beevis.
 

iFabric Corp


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