NSF-ISR appoints new business development director

Sept. 15, 2011

Sept. 15, 2011—NSF International Strategic Registrations (NSF-ISR), a provider of management systems registration, on Wednesday announced it appointed Anthony Giles as business development director.

Giles will oversee the growth of NSF’s management system registration services both domestically and abroad, according to NSF-ISR.

“Tony’s proven business leadership and customer management skills will help companies globally develop and maintain successful management system registrations,” said William Niedzwiecki, president and general manager of NSF-ISR. “We are thrilled to have Tony leading our business development efforts.”

Giles most recently served NSF-ISR as service delivery manager where he managed operations and global accounts for more than 6,000 companies. Prior to that, Giles served as corporate global accounts audit manager and registration project manager working closely with companies in the automotive, defense and food sectors, according to NSF-ISR.

Giles holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Eastern Michigan University and participated in NSF International’s first Leadership Excellence and Advancement Program.

For more information, visit nsf.org.

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