iSi North America announced the appointment of Lisa Aliano to Director, Foodservice Sales, effective July, 2017. As Director of Foodservice Sales, Aliano will be responsible for all aspects of foodservice distribution and management of the field sales teams.
Prior to joining iSi North America, Aliano was the VP of Sales for Casa Rovea, an Italian luxury linens company that sells to hotels and high-end restaurants. While at Casa Rovea, Aliano was responsible for distribution sales; many of those customers are currently doing business with iSi North America. Preceding her position at Casa Rovea, Aliano held sales and management positions with Waterford Wedgewood and Restoration Hardware hospitality division. Ms. Aliano will report directly to Jeanette Brick, president of iSi North America.
“We are very excited to have Lisa join our foodservice team,” says Jeanette Brick, president of iSi North America. “Lisa’s strong background in foodservice distribution and sales with premium priced products will allow her to immediately make a positive impact on our business. I look forward to Lisa collaborating seamlessly with our national rep firm network as well as with our internal teams to not only enhance existing relationships, but to capitalize on future opportunities to grow our business.”
Ms. Aliano will be based at the iSi North America corporate offices located in Fairfield, New Jersey.
iSi North America was established in the United States in 1977. The iSi Group, parent company of iSi North America, iSi GmbH, and their related companies was founded in Vienna in 1964 and is the largest manufacturer of cream and food whippers, soda siphons, and their respective chargers. For over 50 years the company has led the way as an innovator in whipper and gas charger technology. iSi continues to set the standards for safety and consistency in delivering perfect results for chefs, baristas, bartenders and food enthusiasts. As part of on-going innovation within the company, iSi North America introduced its new Professional Charger, which delivers up to 20 percent more volume for whipped food when compared to competitive cream chargers.