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New Manager of Sales Operations at Morphe Inc.

Anne Moratto | August 11, 2016 | 10:28 AM
Gwen Billings is the new manager of sales operations for Morphe Inc.

Gwen Billings is the new manager of sales operations for Morphe Inc. cosmetics brand, where she manages the wholesale and retail customer service divisions. With more than 25 years experience in sales and customer service in the professional beauty industry, Billings is strategizing on ways to increase business through concise planning while implementing new selling techniques through periodic employee trainings. She also ensures all orders expedite in a timely manner and will work with her teams to improve response time as the brand continues to grow and expand.

“Gwen is a dedicated and honest sales professional that brings the perfect amount of experience, dedication and motivation to Morphe,”said Linda Tawil, vice president of Morphe Inc. “We are confident that she has the skills necessary to manage the fast pace of our business while ensuring that our customers continue to choose our products for all their makeup needs.”

Billings sales background includes positions at Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics and Murad Inc.

“Working for a family-owned company is important to me. Morphe has an excellent reputation and the Tawils really take care of their employees,” said Billings. “With any company, success starts at the top and trickles down. I am proud to be a part of the team and excited for what the future holds.”

For more information on Morphe Inc, please log on to morphebrushes.com or call 844.373.2906.

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