Artaic Appoints Steve Drew as National Sales Director

Artaic, a leading mosaic manufacturer that uses robotic technology and innovative design tools to customize, design, and fabricate award-winning installations, is thrilled to introduce Steve Drew as National Sales Director.

Drew comes to Artaic with a deep background in all facets of the artwork and contract furniture marketplace and has held national roles in training, dealer management, and business development.  His career has encompassed K-12, Higher Ed, Government, and Military GSA contracts, Healthcare Systems, and comprehensive custom specification development with the A&D community.

“We are delighted to welcome Steve Drew to the team,” says Ted Acworth, founder and CEO of Artaic. “His extensive background touches industries that we are keen on expanding in, and his experience overlapping in not just sales and business development, but also the artistic world is crucial to us as we work towards making mosaics accessible everywhere.”

A Boston native, Drew has studied studio art and art history extensively, which will lend itself to Artaic’s artistic approach to technology-driven mosaics. He has previously sat as a chapter president with IFMA, and had led company-wide business growths for artwork suppliers. Drew will leverage his decades of experience to build strong relationships with clients, helping them achieve their artistic vision in mosaic designs. Drew will heavily focus on the strategic execution of sales opportunities in the commercial space, growing the Artaic name and the mosaic medium in untapped markets.

“I’m very excited to start this new role with such an innovative company like Artaic,” says Drew. “I’m inspired by the artistically significant results that Artaic produces. I’m looking forward to leveraging my experience and strategic thinking as a catalyst for exponential growth and sharing the Artaic concept across a wider audience.”

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Artaic uses robotic technology and innovative design tools to customize, design, and fabricate award-winning mosaics for private and multi-family residences, public art installations, commercial properties, and corporate standard programs, as well as hospitality, healthcare and education environments. Artaic’s proprietary Tylist™ software enables its in-house design team to customize mosaics from any source of inspiration - whether it be a drawing, photograph, logo, or idea. Artaic also offers a catalog of preconceived design collections, such as, Lasting Rugs, GLYPH, Verge, and Quad, that can be customized to fit projects of any scale and made unique by an expansive material and color palette. Artaic also develops smart tile programs for their customers’ field tile needs, leveraging their unparalleled product selection of vitreous glass, sintered glass, and glazed porcelain. The Boston-based company’s tailored approach and unique manufacturing process increases design flexibility while decreasing lead time and cost, making it a go-to resource for architects, interior designers, and artists across the globe.

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