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Croydex names new national account manager

Published: 4 June 2018 - Fiona Garcia
 

Bathroom accessories specialist, Croydex has appointed La Hacienda’s Rob Noyes to the role of national account manager.

Mr Noyes joins the award-winning manufacturer from La Hacienda where he held roles in the corporate sales team and managed a wide range of high street retailers, including John Lewis and Aldi, as well as helping promote products live on a UK shopping channel.

He said of his new role: “Croydex presents an exciting opportunity for me to work for a truly innovative company during an exciting period of growth. Deciding to change my career path from the garden sector to bathroom products after five years was a daunting prospect. However, after meeting the Croydex team I was quickly won over by their energy, passion for business and near limitless scope of opportunity to continuously improve on what has gone before.”

Croydex commercial director, Jon Langford said: “Rob shares our passion for excellent service, building strong partnerships and delivering quality products. His enthusiasm and experience will make a significant contribution to realising our vision for expansion and growth. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.” 

Father-of-two Rob is a keen runner and self-confessed Star Wars geek, with an encyclopedic knowledge of obscure characters.

 

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