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Changing Places

Canadian marine display manufacturer Nauticomp appointed industry veteran Bob Chew to direct sales in the U.S. for its product line.

Previously employed by Interphase Technologies, Chew has more than 30 years of marine OEM and aftermarket sales and marketing experience.

He will be based at the Nauticomp U.S. sales office in Fort Lauderdale.

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SG Companies, the parent of SG Footwear, SG Messer, SGI Apparel Group and Rugged Shark LLC, named Rosie Iglesias to the newly created position of senior vice president of sales and new business development.

SG Companies is a manufacturer of children's and adult licensed and private-label footwear and apparel. Iglesias will report directly to president and chief executive Bernard Leifer.

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