Honey-Can-Do Expands its Business Development Team

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Honey-Can-Do has added two Vice Presidents of Business Development to its growing team.

Honey-Can-Do International announced today that it has expanded its business development team to continue the company’s growth with new accounts and further develop relationships with current customers. Joining Honey-Can-Do are Mitch Zaytoun and Tim McCarthy, who will each act as vice president of business development.

Mitch Zaytoun joins Honey-Can-Do with over 20 years of experience in the home storage and organization industry. He has previously served as vice president of sales and was responsible for the overall management of sales and marketing activities. His background includes a variety of channels, including private label, brick and mortar and ecommerce.

Tim McCarthy comes to Honey-can-Do with over 25 years of experience in the housewares industry. He has experience in SKU expansion, new product development, channel implementation and account management. Prior to joining Honey-Can-Do, McCarthy was the vice president of sales and marketing for Home Products International, where he managed domestic and international sales for key accounts.

“The entire Honey-Can-Do team is excited to work with Mitch and Tim,” Steve Greenspon, CEO of Honey-Can-Do, said. “Making the investment in very experienced, industry-specific associates will better enable us to support our retail and distributor partners.”

Zaytoun and McCarthy report to Paul Michalowski, senior vice president of business development at Honey-Can-Do.

Honey-Can-Do International was founded in 2008 and specializes in stylish and functional home storage and organization products. Headquartered near Chicago, the company has distribution capabilities in the US, Canada and Europe as well as an office in Shanghai. Honey-Can-Do has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest growing companies four consecutive times and has been one of Crain’s Chicago Business’ Fast Fifty for two consecutive years.

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