Nemo Tile Expands National Presence

Nemo Tile has announced that Ann Feierabend has joined the New York-based tile and stone distributor as its first National Account Manager. Under the helm of Clarice Cawood, the company’s first Director of National Accounts, Ann’s recent hiring furthers Nemo Tile’s expansion across the United States.
Ann’s new role is anticipated to boost sales throughout the country with a focus in the Midwest and West regions, increasing Nemo’s distribution outside the Northeast for the first time. Currently based in Leawood, Kansas, Ann brings over 20 years of tile industry experience. Throughout her tenure, she managed the sales and distribution of flooring, wall and exterior cladding products.
Prior to joining Nemo Tile, she generated new national accounts for Barrier One, and also oversaw regional sales in the Midwest for Telling Architectural Systems and GranitiFiandre. A member of the AIA and IIDA, Ann has publicly spoken about key industry topics such as the manufacturing of porcelain tile.
Ann will be responsible for generating and developing new national accounts as well as increasing sales for Nemo Tile. “The key to generating new sales is identifying and fulfilling the wants and needs of your customers,” Ann said. “I really enjoy working with designers and architects, helping them draw from a blank canvas.”
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