ATLANTA / HIGH POINT / LAS VEGAS — International Market Centers has announced a new organizational structure for its leasing and leadership teams.
Effective immediately, Dorothy Belshaw and Scott Eckman are promoted into new executive leadership roles, and Ryan Mahoney, Julie Messner, Terence Morris and Caron Stover expand their category-specific leasing responsibilities across all IMC’s campuses.
“This restructuring of IMC’s leadership and leasing teams allows us to more effectively support the current needs of our business, differentiate the customer experience and drive more value to all constituents,” said Bob Maricich, IMC CEO. “This new organizational structure will allow us to meet the strategic challenges ahead, futureproof our business and position our markets and digital opportunities for growth in the post-COVID world.”
Under the new structure, Eckman will oversee all permanent showroom and temporary tradeshow leasing — across all product categories and campuses — and has been promoted to the newly created role of chief revenue officer.
In line with this change, Mahoney, senior vice president, furniture; Messner, senior vice president, home décor; Morris, senior vice president, gift; and Stover, senior vice president, apparel, will oversee category leasing for both permanent showroom and temporary tradeshow all three campuses. They will report to Eckman.
In addition Jo Ann Miller-Marshall and Dave Savula have opted for early retirement packages.
“Jo Ann and Dave will be leaving after more than 25 years of service,” said Maricich. “We thank them for their dedicated service and significant contributions to our company and the industries we serve and wish them great success in their future endeavors.”
Belshaw is promoted to the new role of chief customer and marketing officer with responsibility for customer-centric, cross-channel strategies designed to drive value for customers, unlock new channels of distribution and elevate the market experience.
Belshaw also assumes executive oversight of LightFair, the world’s largest annual architectural and commercial lighting trade show and conference. Dan Darby, senior vice president and show director of LightFair, will report to Belshaw.