Re-Bath announced that it had appointed David Japhet as its new chief financial officer and David Dunsmuir as chief operating officer.
These roles were filled as Re-Bath says it is experiencing a surge in sales and franchise development growth. In 2020, the company was ranked as the No. 2 National company on the Qualified Remodeler Top 500 list. This year it expects to bill $255 million in revenue across its network of franchises.
“Our business is experiencing unprecedented, industry-leading growth in both new store openings and in the number of bathroom remodels,” said Re-Bath CEO Brad Hiller. “Japhet and Dunsmuir have a robust track record with fast-growing, consumer-focused brands. We will benefit significantly from their experiences, and their leadership will help ensure we continue to grow at accelerated rates while maintaining sound operations.”
David Japhet, CFO
David Japhet brings more than 25 years of extensive strategic, financial and organization restructuring experience within the small and middle-market level as the newly appointed CFO for Re-Bath.
His specialties include developing sustainable restructuring plans, strategic alignment, market focus, change management, business performance improvement, budgeting, forecasting and cash flow management.
David Dunsmuir, COO
With an incredibly unique career journey, David Dunsmuir started out pushing carts at Home Depot, and grew to a senior executive who led the scaling of the retailer’s in-home installation services.
After 15 years with the company, he progressed to multifaceted roles at Target, Lumber Liquidators and Cabinets To Go. Most recently, before claiming the role of COO for Re-Bath, Dunsmuir served as the President of Cabinet Depot stores in the Southeast region of the U.S. QR