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Bayer Garden strengthens sales team

Published: 2 May 2008
Garden care specialist makes changes to its sales team with an internal promotion and new appointment.
Bayer Garden strengthens sales team
Bayer Garden has announced a promotion, and new addition to its sales team.

Lowri Walker, who has worked for the company for three and a half years, has been promoted to key account manager from her previous position as territory manager.

Ms Walker will be responsible for garden centre groups and distributors.

Scott Williams has joined the team as territory manager covering an area from Oxford to Chester including mid to North Wales and the West Midlands.

Mr Williams, who previously worked at Halls Garden Centre in Sutton Coldfield, brings his experience as a buyer and general manager to Bayer.

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