Norby to lead A.R.T. custom case goods

HIGH POINT – Case goods and upholstery vendor A.R.T. Furniture has named Jessica Norby director of sales and marketing for Artiste, the company’s new custom case goods program.

Norby is responsible for the sales, marketing, installation and training for retailers and sales associates for the Artiste division. She reports to Bryan Edwards, senior vice president of sales.

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Prior to joining A.R.T. Furniture, Norby was a business development executive with Micro-D and served on its key leadership team. There, she focused on growth and enhancement processes, customer experience, product offerings and company culture. Norby also is a member of WithIt and has served as a vice president for the networking group. In 2016, she was named to the “Forty Under Forty” list by Home Furnishings Business.

“Jessica brings extensive experience in business development, sales, management of projects and leadership development,” said Edwards.  “We are thrilled to have her as part of our team to help grow Artiste.”

“In continuing our goal to grow our company, we want to be sure we have key leadership positions filled with executives who can help manage our strategic growth, and focus on our profitability and success with our retail partners,” said Jeff Cook, A.R.T. Furniture CEO.  “Jessica Norby brings the kind of experience in innovation and customer relations that this exciting new division needs.”

Norby will be based out of the High Point office but will travel extensively to work with retail partners.

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