Core Brands Appoints New VP of Product Management Core Brands has appointed Mike Jordan to vice president, product management.By RS Staff Published: July 20, 2016 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Mike Jordan, vice president of product management, Core Brands Adding additional strength to its senior product development team, Core Brands has appointed Mike Jordan to vice president, product management. Effective immediately, Jordan leads all product development initiatives and reports directly to Core Brands president Joe Roberts. “Mike brings an extensive product development and engineering background to this new position at Core Brands,” Roberts said. “His experience, talent, and creativity will add a new dimension to an already strong product management team that’s focused on creating innovative products that help our dealers win more business and satisfy their customers.” Prior to joining Core Brands, Jordan served as vice president and general manager of Episode, Strong, Binary, Wirepath, and Dragonfly at SnapAV. There, he managed and led business and product initiatives that helped drive revenue growth during his tenure. Before SnapAV, Jordan served as the manager of global sourcing for Family Dollar Stores, where he led global sourcing efforts for four lines of business with more than $6.7 billion in sales. And before that, Jordan was senior engineering manager at TaylorMade-Adidas Golf, where he spearheaded all engineering programs for golf balls and components and directed all prototyping for commercialization. “I am thrilled to join the Core Brands team,” Jordan said. “This company has a well-deserved reputation in creating innovative products that bring meaningful and measurable new value to custom installers and end-user customers. I am ready to dive in and help accelerate our development of industry-defining products for the residential and commercial custom install industry.” SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.