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Kevin Reilly is Platinum Guild USA’s New Senior Vice President

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Platinum Guild International USA announced the promotion of Kevin Reilly to senior vice president of the organization. Reilly has over 30 years of experience in brand building, marketing, sales and customer relationship management. In his role at Platinum Guild International USA, Reilly is responsible for developing strategic partnerships with companies at all levels of the supply chain, formulating programs to help them build their platinum jewellery business.

Kevin Reilly also leads the organization’s education initiatives, including in-person and virtual sales training for retail sales professionals, technical education for bench jewellers. More recently, he has established relationships with academic institutions, such as Pratt Institute, Miami Jewelry School and 92Y, to add platinum education to their jewellery studies curricula.

Reilly’s retail industry career highlights include Macy’s Executive Training Program, Vice President of Sales & Marketing at Tache USA, and Director of Customer Relations and New Business Development at Lazare Kaplan International. He is a frequent speaker at jewelry industry events with the mission of helping manufacturers and retailers to build a more profitable business with platinum.

Jenny Luker, PGI USA’s President said, “Kevin’s contribution to this organization would be impossible to contain in a single press release. His endless passion for education, training and relationship building sets him apart from all others. Kevin is the ultimate platinum ambassador and PGI is beyond lucky to have him as part of our team.”

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