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Baby K’tan announces new appointments

Baby carrier company Baby K’tan has announced three new appointments to its US team as part of a concerted affort to focus on product design, development and marketing.

The company – which has a presence in over more than 30 countries – has welcomed Nicole Eckert as marketing manager, Sandra Manouchehri as vp of product development and design and Jennifer Galeano as customer service and marketing coordinator.

“Babywearing is something I have always been passionate about, so I am thrilled to be working with products that are important to me,” commented Nicola, who was previously with changing bag company jujube. “So has  I look forward to sharing my love for babywearing and Baby K’tan’s innovative products with mothers, fathers, and caregivers everywhere!”

“It is always exciting to welcome new staff members to our team. We see these additions as a sign of positive growth and that gives me such optimism about the future of the company,” added Michal Chesal, president and co-founder. “We can’t wait to see what the future holds for Baby K’tan!”

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