ACP Composites Hires Anna Slutsky as Director of Sales

Posted by Erica Sosnick - 04 December, 2020


Livermore, CA – November 2, 2020 – ACP Composites, a leading manufacturer of composite solutions, has hired Anna Slutsky as Director of Sales, responsible for developing and implementing ACP’s sales strategy as well as planning and executing sales, marketing and product developing that will increase revenue and market share. Anna will also be focused on building long term customer relationships, propelling the expansion of the sales funnel, developing and closing new business accounts.

Anna brings with her over 20 years’ experience in strategic partnerships, channel tactics and purchase agreements that directly contribute to organizational growth and business success. She has facilitated and grown multi-million-dollar contracts globally through effective relationship-building and collaboration. Prior to joining ACP, Anna gained expertise growing and leading high-performance sales teams in North American and globally at Polargy, Inc, View, Inc and Serious Materials. Slutsky holds a B.A. in from the Ohio State University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Phoenix.

Justin Sparr, CEO ACP Composites, said “As ACP continues its rapid growth and focuses on expanding into new industries, Anna’s sales leadership and her strong background in building top performing sales programs will accelerate ACP’s growth. We are thrilled to have her onboard.”

More information about Anna is available at the company’s About Us page at

ACP Composites is a leading small business specializing in the design and manufacture of custom composite solutions as well as off-the-shelf stock product solutions.

For more information, contact Erica Sosnick at (925) 443-5900.

Topics: Director of Sales

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