Small electrics supplier StoreBound has named Glenn De Stefano as president of the company. He most recently served as a division president at Lenox.
De Stefano began his career at Macy’s East where he held various buying and planning positions for the department store. In 2000, he joined Lenox as director of product development and marketing. From 2000 through 2008, he held numerous positions within the company, ultimately rising to vp/general manager, responsible for business operations for the Lenox and Kate Spade brands. He replaces Shaun MacKenzie and reports to Storebound CEO Evan Dash.
From 2009 to 2010, De Stefano was president of Rosenthal USA, a subsidiary of the iconic German tabletop manufacturer, where he had oversight of all operations for the company including the Rosenthal, Rosenthal Studio and Versace brands.
In 2010, he rejoined Lenox as president where he was responsible for the Dansk, Donna Karan/DKNY Lenox, Food & Wine and Michael Wainwright operations.
“Glenn is an accomplished leader in the global luxury consumer goods market and architect of innovative new businesses and brand reinventions that have delivered strong results,” said Dash. “He has strong retail merchandising roots combined with a great balance of creativity and business acumen.”