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Dunlop strengthens sales and marketing team with new appointments

Published: 4 July 2019 - Fiona Garcia
David Moore and Kathryn Hyde have joined Dunlop, strengthening its sales and marketing team
David Moore and Kathryn Hyde have joined Dunlop, strengthening its sales and marketing team

The manufacturers of tiling and flooring products has appointed Kathryn Hyde has as marketing manager, and David Moore as area sales manager for the North West and North Wales.

Ms Hyde brings with her a wealth of expertise in communications and customer engagement from a variety of sectors in the B2B arena.

She said of her appointment: “It is a pleasure to be joining a company with such a renowned reputation for quality products and the unique services it offers to the market. I look forward to supporting the business and its customers in ensuring that tiles remain the surface solution of choice.”

Dunlop head of marketing Alex Underwood said: “Kathryn has extensive marketing experience especially in the tiling and general construction sector and is a natural fit for the business as we continue to invest in our growth strategy.

“Kathryn comes into the business with a track record of developing and managing high profile brands and will be crucial in developing our aims to strengthen our position as a market-leading brand for tiling and flooring in the sector.”

David Moore joins Dunlop from N&C Nicholls and Clarke where he worked as a branch manager. He has previous experience working in the builders’ merchants’ sector and is also a trained plumber.

Mr Moore will work with Dunlop stockists in the region, as well as supporting tradespeople and contractors with the brand’s portfolio of tile fixing and floor levelling products.

He commented: “I’m delighted to join such as well-respected and innovative business in the trade sector. I look forward to working with builder’s merchants in the region as well as tradespeople and contractors.”

Dunlop head of sales Debi Boulton said: “David has extensive experience in the builder’ merchants sector and will significantly enhance our ability to provide an outstanding support service to our stockists, contractors and end-users.”



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