Caesarstone has announced the appointment of several new team members. Joining the UK team are Marketing Manager, Lattifah Harris, and Sales Managers Ian Bower, Brian Mitchel,l and Will Ginns.
Alongside the new recruits, an internal promotion sees Will Rutter, who previously looked after fabricator and kitchen accounts in the South West and Wales, join the growing Commercial Sales team.
New Marketing Manager Lattifah Harris has a background in the design industry and brings with her a wealth of experience from within the new-build housing market. Lattifah will be responsible for marketing across both the UK B2B and B2C markets.
After 14 years working across the paneling and kitchen trade industries, and with extensive experience in retail sales, Brian Mitchell joins as Caesarstone Sales Manager for Southern Ireland.
Ian Bower is Caesarstone’s new Sales Manager for South Wales, Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Bristol, and Bath. Ian joins Caesarstone after 13 years working in the construction industry with a number leading brands.
Finally, Will Ginns joins as the new Sales Manager for the North East of England, bringing his extensive sales experience which he gained in the landscaping and environment sector.
Amir Reske, Caesarstone UK Managing Director, commented of the new appointments: “Despite the global pandemic, the last 18 months have proven to be incredibly strong period of growth for Caesarstone UK, requiring us to bolster our team with more talented individuals. We are delighted to welcome our new recruits onboard, all of whom are important additions to our UK operation as look to we build our business further.”
More at: www.caesarstone.co.uk
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