Pearle Vision names Josh Robinson as new Vice President of Licensing & Development
Pearle Vision is pleased to announce the appointment of Josh Robinson, a seasoned leadership team member most recently serving as Territory Vice President, as the new Vice President of Licensing & Development.
“We have a tremendous opportunity to continue to escalate our brand’s presence through franchising. Pearle Vision is a dynamic brand that I’ve been passionate about for the past six years and only have even more optimism about for the future,” said Robinson. “I look forward to growing the brand further, and continuing my involvement in a new capacity.”
In his new role, Robinson is responsible for defining and developing business strategies to grow the Pearle Vision franchise system. Prior to joining Pearle Vision, Robinson was instrumental in the growth and development of Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins and has also worked with PepsiCo, Getty Petroleum and Burger King.
“Josh is a great fit for this role. He brings a perspective that blends exceptional knowledge of our brand as well as a remarkable franchising acumen,” said Alex Wilkes, general manager of Pearle Vision. “With his familiarity of the Pearle Vision franchise family and the characteristics that make for strong operators, Josh will play a crucial role in growing the brand.”
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