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Home Hardware appoints business development manager

Published: 14 September 2017 - Fiona Garcia
Adam Southall joins the company as business development manager
Adam Southall joins the company as business development manager

Home Hardware announced that Adam Southall has recently joined the company as business development manager for the Midlands and Wales.

Mr Southall has previous experience in flooring and mobility product retail management. His role will involve visiting members, informing them of Home Hardware’s services with the objective of maximising their business as well as recruiting new stores.

Home Hardware chief executive Martin Elliott said: “I am delighted that Adam has decided to join us. He has a wealth of experience that further strengthens our team.”

 

 

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