Vekesh Monalall, who worked for Tiffany for nearly 20 years, joined JewelMak in August as the jewelry manufacturer’s vice president of operations and production.
New York—Vekesh Monalall has joined Jewelmak as vice president of operations and production.

Monalall has more than 20 years of experience in product development, supply chain planning, documentation, auditing, inventory management and manufacturing.

He spent 18 years with Tiffany & Co. as the jeweler’s manager of global quality services before leaving in September 2017 and taking a job with 1-800-Flowers.com Inc. and then with QG Floral & Landscape.

Monalall returns to the jewelry industry in his new role at New York-based manufacturer Jewelmak. He will work directly with CEO Andy Goetz to develop and launch the company’s new SéChic brand, expand manufacturing operations in the United States through strategic sourcing initiatives and optimize the Jewelmak e-commerce platform for global distribution.

“I am honored to have been selected as Jewelmak’s vice president of operations and production,” he said. “Jewelmak is determined to deliver high-quality products using innovation, socially responsible resources and highly experienced professionals. The business clients we have and are developing expect high-value products, and I am excited to be part of the team to meet these growing demands.”

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