Bosley Professional Strength Welcomes New Chain Account Manager & Sales Director

October 27, 2017 | 12:25 PM
Christine Betz
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Cathy Vogel
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Cathy Vogel joins Bosley Professional Strength as Chain Account Manager. Prior to joining the Bosley Professional Strength team, Vogel was an experienced Merchandising Manager for Beauty Brands for over 20 years. While there, she managed all aspects of merchandising, helping to drive business and sales through store presentations and layouts for all chain locations.

By working with the company’s retail partners, Vogel’s role will help the Bosley Professional Strength customer through their employees.

Vogel believes that in today’s industry, it is important to always keep growing and evolving. In joining the Bosley Professional Strength team, Vogel will continue to use her relationship-building skills and unwavering dedication to drive business efficiently and propel the company upward and forward to success.

Christine Betz is a Licensed Cosmetologist and Holistic Health Coach, joining the Bosley Professional Strength team as their new Sales Director, where she oversees, manages and grows domestic sales. She has spent her career in the spa and salon industries, holding numerous positions, including Spa Director of Industry Source, Director of Salons at Premier Salons, Spa Director of Maly’s Midwest, and District Sales Manager of Saloncentric, to name a few.

Betz brings more than 22 years of experience in holistic health and cosmetology to her new role, making her a true expert in hair health, particularly as it relates to loss and thinning in both men and women. This, coupled with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business, allows her to truly understand all aspects of the industry and bring new ideas to her business practice in order to help consumers restore their confidence and beauty. In joining the team at Bosley Professional Strength, Betz will continue to work tirelessly to help clients and consumers alike discover a new solution and see the light of hope in their journey to hair health.

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