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Luxury Brand Partners Welcomes New Vice President International Sales

Stacey Soble | October 27, 2015 | 10:50 AM

Luxury Brand Partners is excited to announce that Jay Morris has joined the company as its new vice president of international sales. In this newly created role, Morris will be responsible for the management and expansion of all LBP brands in the international markets. In addition to strengthening relationships with existing distributors, Jay will continue to build and grow the company’s presence abroad as well as enhance education and training in each market to ensure a globally consistent message.

“As Luxury Brand Partners continues to grow, expansion in the international markets is a key priority for the company,” said Tev Finger, LBP chief executive officer. “Jay’s extensive background working with international distributors and global teams coupled with his strength in the beauty industry make him an unparalleled fit for the team, and we are excited to see what he will bring to LBP.”

“I am thrilled to be joining such a dynamic company,” says Morris. “Luxury Brand Partners is at the forefront of beauty and innovation and I look forward to continuing to build the company’s presence around the world.”

With more than 25 years of experience in the professional beauty industry, Morris has held senior level positions with American Crew, Creative Nail Design, Alterna and Living Proof. In addition, he owned a successful professional beauty distributorship in Arkansas and Texas, as well as owning two salons in Dallas. He has received several industry awards and achievements, including being appointed to “President’s Advisory Board” L’Anza Research Int’l, Board Member “Executive Planning Committee” for Creative Nail Design and Principal/Board Member for Alterna Holdings, Inc. and GM/VP for Living Proof.

Luxury Brand Partners is currently distributed in 17 countries, with plans for aggressive strategic expansion globally.

Originally posted on Modern Salon.

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