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For the Week of November 17th

Miller Zell Names Steven Skinner Executive VP; Baynes Electric Forms National Projects Team; W2 Celebrates One Year in China



Management Changes:

Miller Zell (Atlanta retail consulting firm) has hired former Microsoft executive Steven Skinner as executive vp, consumer products.

idX Corp. (St. Louis manufacturer of consumer environments) has named Gordon Bjorkman vp, strategic accounts.

Rees Associates Inc. (Atlanta architecture, planning and interior design firm) has added Lisa Bell as project manager.

Cannon Equipment (Rosemount, Minn., provider of marketing, merchandising and distribution systems) has named Kenny Ramsey as vp, marketing and new product development.

Lippincott (New York brand strategy and design firm) has announced that ceo Ken Roberts will become chairman emeritus in 2009. Rick Wise, the firm’s former senior partner will become ceo.


Baynes Electric Supply Co. Inc. (Brockton, Mass., distributor of electrical and lighting products) has formed the following team to manage national, multi-facility projects: David Tebbs, director, national products; Michael Lane, business development manager; and Emily Wilson, project manager.

Invista (Atlanta producer of polymers and fibers for nylon, spandex and polyester applications) has named Henning Bloech global sustainability director for its performance surfaces and materials business.

Business Briefs:

W2 Architectural Lighting (Garden City, N.Y., manufacturer of specification grade track, recessed and decorative lighting) has celebrated its first year in its 750,000-square-foot manufacturing campus in GuangDong, China.

DuPont Nonwovens (Wilmington, Del., science-based products and services company) has named Laird Plastics, an independent plastics distributor in North America, as its distributor for DuPont Graphics products.





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