Grossman Marketing Group Hires David Granetz as Vice President of Sales and Business Development
Grossman Marketing Group, Woburn, Massachusetts, has hired David Granetz as its vice president of sales and business development. He joins the team from MOSAIC, where he previously served as the vice president of promotional products and sales.
“Grossman Marketing Group has a pristine reputation in the promotional products industry for not only providing high-quality products and service, but for also fostering a dynamic and supportive company culture,” Granetz said. “Joining the Grossman family is an exciting opportunity, and I’m looking forward to complementing the team with my three decades of experience to help them continue to grow and evolve.”
Prior to MOSAIC, Granetz's experience consists of various sales leadership and account management roles, spanning more than 30 years, at some of the most influential companies in the promotional products industry, including Staples, Logomark, and BDA. He brings a career-long passion for promotional products and sales leadership that will help Grossman Marketing Group maximize its growth potential, and further enhance and evolve its sales strategy in its 114th year in business.
Granetz will lead the sales and business development efforts of Grossman Marketing Group’s portfolio of companies. He will provide overall strategic oversight to identify and grow business within existing accounts, as well as work with the sales team to evaluate new business opportunities.
“When there’s an opportunity to bring on someone of David’s stature to your leadership team, you jump at the chance to do so,” said Ben Grossman, co-president of Grossman Marketing Group. “Adding David, with his myriad talents and breadth of experience, to lead our sales and business development team, gives us an opportunity to build on the explosive growth we have experienced over the last several years.”
Source: Grossman Marketing Group
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