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Scott Brothers strengthens sales team

Published: 20 February 2013
Home storage solutions provider Scott Brothers Ltd has bolstered its sales team with the promotion of Jayne Richards to head of sales and the addition of Alan Street, who joins the company as national sales manager.
Scott Brothers strengthens sales team
Ms Richards previously held the role of business development manager and has been with the company for two years. Her new role will involve full management of the sales team and will include more focus on range development and input into marketing initiative. She will oversee key accounts within the business including Argos, Tesco, Lakeland, Robert Dyas and QVC.

Mr Street joins the company with more than 20 years of experience selling to independent retailers. His remit will be to focus on growing the independent market including comenting relationships with organisations such as bira. The independent sector forms a key part of the sales strategy for the company moving forward into 2013.

Richard Greenhill, who has been a driving force in the sales team for two years, has also seen promotion from national account manager to business development manager.

Scott Brothers managing director Duncan Pratt-Thompson said: "In her new role, Jayne will be reviewing and driving our sales strategy and ensuring we continue to deliver excellent customer service across our retail base. Jayne will also be looking at how we can deliver our newly extended product range to our client base. Alan has come on board to focus on the up until recently neglected independent sector - an area where we have seen real growth in the past six months driven by innovation in SMEs and a determination to succeed in sticky economic times. "

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