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Maurizio Mussati appointed chief executive officer of Established & Sons

British design company Established & Sons have appointed Maurizio Mussati as their new chief executive officer. See press release below.

Established & Sons announces new Chief Executive Officer

The Directors of Established & Sons are pleased to announce the appointment of Maurizio Mussati as Chief Executive Officer of the company.

Mussati, who served as COO of the company since September 2008, has managed business operations over the last two years of continuous growth. In this role Mussati demonstrated his professional skills during a tough economic time, enabling the company to go from strength to strength.

Before joining Established & Sons Mussati was Managing Director of Lighting at Moooi and prior to that, Director of International Operations and Corporate Development at Flos.

Mussati came to Established & Sons with a strong commercial track record and substantial experience as a veteran of the furniture industry and has expanded client relations worldwide.

Sebastian Wrong, one of the company's Co-Founders, will continue in his post as Design Director. Wrong has guided the design ethos of Established and Sons since its inception in 2005. He has also been the creator of some of the company's iconic and successful pieces.

Angad Paul, principal shareholder and Co-Founder of the company, will continue as Chairman of Established & Sons.

Angad Paul and Sebastian Wrong join the company in wishing Alasdhair Willis, who left Established & Sons to move on to peruse other goals, every success in his endeavours. "We have greatly valued Alasdhair's significant contribution to the success of the company" says Paul.

Paul continues, "it is an exciting moment for Established & Sons; we will continue to build on the company's international presence and brand recognition. With Maurizio and Sebastian at the helm and with a conscientious and dedicated team, we look forward to continued growth and success."


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