Rich Siporin named president at National Sales Solutions

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ST. LOUIS — National Sales Solutions (NSS) has promoted consumer products industry veteran Rich Siporin to president.

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Rich Siporin

The consumer packaged goods (CPG) sales and marketing firm said Thursday that Siporin, previously executive vice president, will have expanded responsibility for NSS’ growth and strategic planning in addition to his current sales role.

“I continue to learn a great deal from our clients and the retail community. The partnerships we have established and the innovative products we have launched to date have been rewarding. I look forward to NSS’ key role in bringing additional product innovation to the marketplace through both our current client base as well as through new business relationships,” Siporin stated.

“Everyone associated with National Sales Solutions is dedicated to furthering our viability as a top sales and marketing solution for consumer products companies eager to break into or expand their product lines within the marketplace,” he added.

Siporin’s career in consumer products spans more than 30 years. Before joining NSS as executive vice president in 2013, he was vice president of sales and marketing at eGames, a developer and marketer of video games and software. Prior to that, he served as senior vice president of sales at Sunbeam, vice president of sales at Revlon, regional sales manager at Playtex and district sales manager at Duracell.

“The consumer products industry continues to evolve, and it is critical we remain focused on the needs of the consumer as well as our clients,” commented Ron Otto, chief executive officer and managing partner at NSS. “Rich has the dedication, vision and leadership skills necessary to ensure NSS continues to meet the ever-evolving challenges facing our industry.”

St. Louis-based NSS provides outsourced sales, marketing and supply chain management services to CPG companies serving the drug, food, mass and other retail channels.



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