Dynasty names U.S. sales manager
CALGARY – Canadian upholstery producer Dynasty Furniture has named industry veteran Stephen Feinberg as national sales manager for the United States while announcing it will return to the High Point Market this coming April with a new showroom in the International Home Furnishings Market (IHFC).
In a statement, the family-owned and operated manufacturer noted as part of Dynasty’s management team, Feinberg will be responsible for all sales channels in the U.S., with a focus on furthering relationships with brick-and-mortar retailers and will report to company president Faizel Sunderji.
“Stephen’s focus is on developing a sales strategy for long-term mutual success with these partners which will allow for quick delivery and to broaden the reach of the brand,” Sunderji said.
Feinberg comes to Dynasty with a wealth of industry experience and proven results from Heritage Homes Group, where he was vice president of sales, overseeing sales and driving growth in the U.S. Previously, he served as vice president of sales for Décor-Rest – the Toronto-based upholstery producer. He also held sales management roles at Hickory Hill Group and was a sales representative for Palliser Furniture. He is also a member of the International Home Furnishings Representatives Association (IHFRA).
“Stephen’s vast experience, strong customer partnerships and strategic leadership will enable Dynasty to purposefully position themselves in the U.S. market and provide service, selection, style and exceptional value,” Sunderji said, adding, “Dynasty offers precision craftsmanship, exceptional workmanship and attention to detail, rigorous quality control standards coupled with competitively priced, fashion forward styles. We are excited about Stephen’s addition to the Dynasty family and the service he will be providing to our customers.”
Dynasty Furniture will also open a new showroom in Space H743 in the International Home Furnishings Center (IHFC) in time for the upcoming spring edition of the High Point Market, which is set to open for its usual five-day run on 25 April 2020.