Ashley Eleveld to lead marketing initiatives to drive brand awareness and customer engagement
Westminster, CO, February 3, 2017 – Parasoleil, a Colorado-based award-winning designer and manufacturer of aesthetic and functional architectural panels, is pleased to announce Ashley Eleveld has joined the team as its new Marketing Manager.
In her role as Marketing Manager, Ashley will spearhead the company’s marketing strategy, focusing on brand development and translating the company’s business objectives into marketing strategies that drive revenue.
“I'm looking forward to refining our message so that people really understand what we do best,” said Uriah Bueller, Parasoleil CEO. “Parasoleil has been missing great opportunities to share some exciting things happening with new products and great projects we collaborate on with our clients. Having Ashley’s new perspective in our company will continue to challenge us to be better and do more of what our clients need from us.”
Prior to joining Parasoleil, Ashley was instrumental in leading successful marketing initiatives for start-up companies in the manufacturing space and most recently at Microsoft. Ashley’s experience at both start-ups and Fortune 500 companies has given her a unique skill set that spans all aspects of marketing.
Ashley holds a Bachelors degree in Communications from Vesalius College in Brussels, Belgium and a Masters degree in Strategic Public Relations from the George Washington University in Washington, DC. Ashley hails from a background of metalworking manufacturers, having spent much of her childhood in her father and grandfather’s mold-making shop in Pomona, CA.
“I am extremely excited to join such an innovative, hard-working team,” said Ashley. “I am looking forward to having such a pivotal role in helping Parasoleil continue their phenomenal growth and introducing new audiences to our business.”
Parasoleil has developed a unique line of architectural metal panels to filter and sculpt light that are not only engineered to withstand the elements, but are profoundly artistic. They can be used to shade special architectural places and offer patterned nuance to structural detail or create visual breaks, barriers, and privacy.
For more information, see www.parasoleil.com or contact Ashley Eleveld, Manager of Marketing, at Parasoleil: 303-589-4524.