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Home Hardware appoints new regional business development manager

Published: 16 October 2017 - Fiona Garcia
Ian Lloyd has joined Home Hardware this month in his new role
Ian Lloyd has joined Home Hardware this month in his new role

Home Hardware Southwest has announced the appointment of Ian Lloyd, who recently joined the business as business development manager for the East of England region covering Essex, Kent, Norfolk and Suffolk.

His appointment follows that of Adam Southall, who took up the role of business development manager for the Midlands and Wales.

Mr Lloyd brings with him a wealth of experience, including long spells with Royal Doulton, Wedgewood, Lladro and Cannon.

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’m delighted Ian has joined us. He has a wealth of experience that further strengthens our team.”



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