Home » Industry News » Do it Best Hires New Director of Business Development
business development

Do it Best Hires New Director of Business Development

Do it Best has hired Chris Okapal as the co-op’s new director of business development. With a proven 25-year track record in the consumer goods industry, Okapal brings a wealth of experience in developing and executing high-impact sales strategies that drive significant growth. In this role, Okapal will spearhead strategic initiatives to expand the cooperative’s reach and success. He will be responsible for fostering and enhancing partnerships with existing and prospective members, leveraging his expertise to develop innovative solutions that meet their needs and exceed their expectations.

“Chris’s comprehensive understanding of the consumer goods industry, combined with his analytical skills, consumer insights, and knowledge of industry dynamics, make him a valuable addition to our team,” says vice president of sales and business development Greg Fuller. “We’re confident that with Chris’ dedication to excellence and proven leadership, we will achieve our aggressive growth objectives and continue to improve the exceptional service we offer our members.”

Chris’s appointment underscores the dedication of Do it Best to investing in top talent to support the success of its members.

“As the Do it Best continues to evolve and adapt to the changing industry landscape, Chris’s strategic vision and collaborative approach will be instrumental in delivering value and fostering growth across the member network,” says Fuller.

About Melanie Moul

Melanie is the communications and content manager for the North American Hardware and Paint Association. She joined the NHPA team in 2016 as an editor for Hardware Retailing and now helps lead the communications team to deliver relevant, timely content to the industry.

Check Also

Census Retail Sales Data

NRF Sales Recent Census Retail Sales Data Shows Gains

Data recently released by the U.S. Census Bureau shows modest retail sales gains in June …