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Toms Promoted to GM at Joss & Main

Paul TomsOnline home furnishings private-sale site Joss & Main has promoted Paul Toms to general manager. In his new role, Toms will lead day-to-day operations and drive Joss & Main’s growth strategy in the rapidly evolving flash-sale market. Currently, Joss & Main operates at a $200 million run rate with more than 5 million members.

Jena Hall to Assist Ambella Home with "By George" Launch

Ambella Home has engaged designer and creative strategist Jena Hall to assist in the development and launch of a new product division, "By George."

Furniture Training Co. Kicks Off Webinar Series

The Furniture Training Co. will kick off its new webinar series for sales managers and sales associates next week.

Cubberley to Run Nathan Furniture's North American Launch

Industry veteran Bill Cubberley will lead English furniture manufacturer Nathan Furniture Ltd.'s North American launch.

Leon & Lulu Wins Retail Excellence Award

Home furnishings retailer Leon & Lulu  has won the Retailer Excellence Award for Store Events from Gifts and Decorative Accessories magazine.

Leon's, The Brick Defend Against Charges of Deceptive Marketing

Stung by a lawsuit alleging they engage in deceptive marketing practices, Leon 's Furniture Ltd. and The Brick Ltd. have responded by telling the Competition Bureau that their ads are iconic and any extra fees and taxes on purchases are clearly laid out for customers.

"Leon's has been offering and advertising deferred payment programs to Canadian consumers for more than 25 years. It's 'Don't Pay a Cent Event' and "Ho Ho Hold the Payments' promotions are Canadian icons, which the (Competition) Commissioner now seeks to impugn," according to a document filed in Ontario Superior Court on behalf of the retailers.

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Source: Toronto Star Online

Belgian Furniture Company Looks at High Point for US Operations

A furniture company based in Belgium is considering High Point for its U.S. manufacturing operations.

High Point officials made the announcement Thursday. They said BuzziSpace could create up to 113 jobs with an average salary of $41,011.

The company is looking at an empty 105,000 square-foot building.

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Source: WFMY News 2

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