Gloster hires national director of architecture and design sales

Brand also adds three additional team members

Joseph BatchelorJoseph Batchelor
SOUTH BOSTON, Va. - Gloster Furniture recently hired Joseph Batchelor to direct and expand the company's trade division as national director of architecture and design sales.

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Batchelor comes to Gloster with extensive experience and understanding of the industry’s architecture and design trade sector by way of his independent business in the Southeast United States, where he worked alongside and developed territories for Janus et Cie, Ralph Pucci, A Rudin and many others. Most recently, Batchelor was instrumental in the launch of a new collection for Dakota Jackson.

Brian Hudok also joins Gloster’s architecture and design division as the studio manager for the Chicago studio at the Merchandise Mart. Hudok has a long history of architecture and design experience in the Chicago area with his business, Cambiun Home. Kelsey Pratt joins him as a residential sales specialist.

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Lastly, Gloster hired Andrew Raemsch as a studio manager. His management and sales experience include Lillian August and Homer by Richard Mishaan. 

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