Published on : Friday, December 5, 2014
Chelsom bolster their Head Office team with the appointment of Andrew Fitton as Business Development Manager as they consolidate their position as a leading suppliers of decorative lighting to the international contract marketplace.
Marking the end of what has been a successful year, Chelsom have recently appointed an experienced Business Development Manager as a critical part of the Sales team to enhance the continued expansion of the brand both in the UK and further afield. The new appointment accompanies a series of high profile projects and a corresponding increase in sales across the international hotel, cruise and leisure sectors.
With a strong background in sales spanning more than 20 years, Andrew Fitton has significant industry experience having spent the last 10 years working in the contract interior market. An experienced Business Development Manager, his career to date has provided him with a thorough understanding of the demands of the position within the context of the interior contract market specifically coupled with a thorough understanding of the specification process. Andrew brings with him an extensive knowledge of the key industry players along with an impressive track record of identifying, securing and developing emerging new business opportunities and sectors.
Sales Director, Philip Macaulay says: “We have been very diligent in our search for the right person to join the Chelsom team. Andrew not only has a wealth of valuable experience in the contract industry but he understands the Chelsom ethos and all that we are looking to achieve from both a business and brand perspective. He is certainly coming on board at a very exciting time ready to tackle the opportunities ahead in 2015 and I am confident that he will be an invaluable resource to both the Sales team and company alike, enabling Chelsom to grow further still.”
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