Sweet Candy hires Greg Cater to lead business development

Sweet Candy hires Greg Cater to lead business development

Salt Lake City-based Sweet Candy Co. has appointed Greg Cater v.p. of business development. He will be responsible for continued brand development and increased distribution.
As part of the company’s sales and marketing team, which includes Richard Kay, president and coo, Curtis Fulton, v.p. of sales; and Bruce Thompson, national sales manager, Cater will oversee Sweet Candy’s business development efforts and contract/private label opportunities Cater, who’s worked in the industry for 14 years, has also served on the National Confectioners Association (NCA) Board of Trustees and is an active board member of the Western Candy Conference.
“Sweet Candy Co. is excited to broaden its sales and marketing reach with the addition of Greg,” says the company’s president, Richard Kay. “We are proud of our 118-year-old history and look forward to continued growth and success in the years to come with our newly expanded sales and marketing force. Greg’s knowledge of the industry and energy will take us to new markets and help expand channels of trade.”
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