Tangram, a curator of highly creative commercial interior environments and workspaces, has announced the addition of Alyssa Belluzzi and Breanne Swenson in the position of Sales Executives for the firm.
Belluzzi and Swenson are assuming the responsibilities of Amber Jones who was recently promoted, along with Nick Meter, to the position of Vice President of Sales for Tangram, a position previously held by David Morgan who advanced to Executive Vice President of the company. These personnel moves were made in response to ongoing strong growth for Tangram in Southern California.
With a focus on the education market, Belluzzi and Swenson will cover a territory encompassing the San Fernando Valley, the Santa Clarita Valley and up to Santa Barbara. Longstanding education clients for Tangram in that region have included the University of California, Northridge, the University of California, Santa Barbara, College of the Canyons and the Ventura County Office of Education.
“We are very pleased to be experiencing solid overall growth,” said Jones. “And we believe this region within Southern California offers important opportunities, particularly in the education sphere, that warrant deployment of two sales professionals to serve our clients and prospective clients. Alyssa and Breanne both bring the expertise needed to help us achieve our goals, and I look forward to their contributions in advancing the educational experience.”
Belluzzi’s previous experience includes design, customer service and account management positions with multiple furniture dealers in the region. She is a native of Ventura County and attended California State University, Sacramento, where she earned a bachelor’s degree in Architectural Interior Design.
Swenson has served as a high-end residential designer in Agoura Hills and a commercial manufacturing representative in the San Fernando Valley and Santa Barbara areas. She is also a Ventura County native, with a bachelor’s degree in Interior Design from Utah State University.
Education spaces are a key area of specialization for Tangram. The firm’s interior solutions are designed to address transformative trends in education including collaboration, multi-functional space utilization, technology integration, and adaption to various teaching modes and styles.
In addition to its core furniture offering, Tangram operates five business units for a comprehensive approach to workplace design and installation that encompasses custom furniture, technology, flooring, walls, lighting, noise cancellation, furniture and facility revitalization, and move management.