Nano-Tex hires 3 new execs

Aug. 3, 2005 — Nano-Tex, an Emeryville, Calif. provider of nanotechnology-based textile enhancements to the apparel and interior furnishings markets, has added three new people to its North American business development team.

The new hires will focus on driving adoption of Nano-Tex treatments in the home furnishings and apparel markets, including upholstery, linens, activewear and intimate apparel, according to a news release.

The company named Marilyn Werner as a vice president of business development with a focus on apparel in the New York area. Werner was previously an executive vice president at Danskin.

Nano-Tex also named Nicole Nelson as a vice president of business development to head the company’s activewear and intimate apparel initiatives. Nelson was previously at Unifi, where she led product development.

And it named Wendy Riley as a vice president of business development responsible for building and leading home furnishings accounts nationwide. Most recently, Riley was responsible for management of key retail accounts at Newell Rubbermaid.


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