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Tildenet appoints retail sales manager

Published: 16 September 2015
Garden products supplier Tildenet, which owns the Haxnicks brand, has appointed Edward Cantle to the role of retail sales manager - putting him straight to work on its stand at Glee this week.
Tildenet appoints retail sales manager
With over 15 years experience in the garden sector and previous positions at Webbs and Stewart, Mr Cantle is a familiar face at the show and is looking forward to working with the expanded range and refreshed branding at Tildenet Gardenware.

He commented; "I am excited to join the growing Tildenet team and be involved with a company that offers such an extensive range of core gardening product - 2016 looks like it will be a busy year following significant growth in 2015."

Tildenet managing director Andrew Downey added: "We've had another fantastic year at Tildenet and are delighted to have maintained our reputation for outstanding fulfilment rates to our customers. Bringing Edd on board will help us to build on this success and develop the many exciting plans we have for 2016."

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