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Two new faces at Ideal Bathrooms

Published: 19 August 2009
Bathroom distributor strengthens its external sales team with new recruits who it hopes will bring experience and fresh ideas.
Two new faces at Ideal Bathrooms
Kayleigh Stone now covers the north London area for Ideal Bathrooms, while Mark Smedley will cover thee Midlands.

According to the company, Ms Stone's experience in the retail showroom environment gives her the necessary knowledge and market understanding to promote Ideal Bathrooms' product range.

Mr Smedley has previous distribution experience with BCG. He will be calling on all Ideal Bathrooms Midland customers over the next few months and, says Ideal Bathrooms, is already developing excellent working relationships with the people he has had the chance to meet so far.

Ideal Bathrooms has four strategically located centres covering the whole of the UK with a fleet of no less than 50 vehicles.

The company explained: "The new area managers have new and exciting initiatives to bring to customers in their regions and both are looking forward to being able to discuss ideas with customers to help in creating businesses opportunities.
There's a lot happening at Ideal Bathrooms with more leading brands added to the stock portfolio and new marketing initiatives to support customers."

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