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Home Hardware appoints Michael Smith as head of sales

Published: 15 September 2017 - Kiran Grewal

Home Hardware Southwest Limited has announced that Michael Smith joined them on Monday, September 4 in the new role of head of sales.

Mr Smith's role will include overseeing the sales team as well as developing new business.

He has over 20 years of experience in sales, 15 of these being in housewares with such companies as Rayware, Pyrex, Everyware Global and World Kitchen.

He has worked as an area sales manager, key account manager, national account manager and, latterly, head of sales.

Mr Smith commented, “I’m absolutely delighted to be joining Home Hardware at such an exciting time, having this year been voted the UK’s number one wholesaler and I look forward to meeting our members and developing new ones.”

Source: Home Hardware


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