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Francine M Simonson

from Brooklyn, NY
Age ~50

Francine Simonson Phones & Addresses

  • 625 Carroll St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 789-6215
  • 78 8Th St, Brooklyn, NY 11215 (718) 789-6215
  • Manchester, NJ

Work

Company: Skip hop Aug 2010 Address: NYC Position: Director of merchandising

Education

Degree: BA School / High School: City University of New York-Brooklyn College 1990 to 1995 Specialities: Health and Nutrition

Skills

Product Development • Merchandising • Toys • Marketing • Brand Management • Brand Development • Retail • Trend Analysis • Consumer Products • Apparel • Creative Direction • Fashion • Competitive Analysis • Concept Development • Customer Insight

Industries

Marketing And Advertising

Resumes

Resumes

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Vice President Merchandising And Marketing

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Location:
New York, NY
Industry:
Marketing And Advertising
Work:
Skip Hop - NYC since Aug 2010
Director of Merchandising

The Betesh Group 2003 - 2009
Director of Production/ Product Development

Fisher-Price 1995 - 2003
Sr. Marketing Manager
Education:
City University of New York-Brooklyn College 1990 - 1995
BA, Health and Nutrition
Skills:
Product Development
Merchandising
Toys
Marketing
Brand Management
Brand Development
Retail
Trend Analysis
Consumer Products
Apparel
Creative Direction
Fashion
Competitive Analysis
Concept Development
Customer Insight

Publications

Us Patents

Crib Bumper

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US Patent:
20130074260, Mar 28, 2013
Filed:
Sep 28, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/247184
Inventors:
Ellen DIAMANT - New York NY, US
Janet Villano - Brooklyn NY, US
Francine Simonson - Brooklyn NY, US
International Classification:
A47D 15/00
US Classification:
5424
Abstract:
A protective material for surrounding the inside of an infant's crib includes at least one panel having a substantial rectangular shape. The panel is composed of felt and has a plurality of apertures formed completely through the panel. The apertures comprise between 25% and 60% of the surface area of the panel. The panel has sufficient rigidity so that when positioned upright, and held from a bottom edge, the panel remains in the upright position. At least one fastener secures the panel to the side of a crib. In various further forms, the protective material may comprise a single panel having four segments which are foldably attached to one another, folded inward 90 degrees to thereby form four sides of a substantially rectangular box. Alternatively, the bumper comprises four discrete, separate panels.
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