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Mark Rorrison Tapped as Sales Director at Tivoli Lighting

Headquartered in Irvine, Calif., architectural and theater-based LED linear lighting manufacturer Tivoli Lighting has appointed industry veteran Mark Rorrison as Director of Sales. In his new role, he will be responsible for planning, implementing, managing, and overseeing the company’s overall sales strategy.

Rorrison brings extensive experience and skills in interior design, lighting and outdoor architectural lighting, and solid-state lighting. He has been involved in project management, product marketing, quotations, negotiations, customer service, and technical support.

“I am excited to bring my experience and lighting industry background in the design and architectural communities to promote Tivoli’s innovative product lines and exceptional service to the lighting community,” Rorrison noted. “I look forward to working with the very talented Tivoli team and our client partners on this exciting journey ahead.”

Throughout his career, Rorrison has demonstrated strong national account management skills with his ability to build long-term client relationships. His experience includes working with Acuity Brands/Hydrel, Delray Lighting, and Lusive Décor.

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