Kays Adds To Growing Sales Team
Michelle Gee joins us as our new key account manager for the south east of England. Michelle will be helping to extend our coverage and ensure we continue providing that valued face-to-face service to our customers. Michelle has built extensive customer facing experience over the years whilst working as a consultant account manager within the recruitment industry. In her spare time, Michelle enjoys travel, sport, music and trying out new restaurants.
James King joins us as the new key account manager covering Scotland. As we have recently begun to fully merge our Aberdeen based subsidiary, DM Wood, into the Kays brand, James will be instrumental in ensuring a clean transition and continuing to extend the same excellent service our Scottish customers have come to depend on. James joins us with over 10 years of sales experience having previously worked at Walkers Shortbread. We are sure his experience of managing diverse types of business will be a huge asset for Kays. James lives in the centre of Aberdeen, and can often be found mountain biking through the surrounding forests of Aberdeenshire.
Andrew Mackrell joins us as business development manager covering the north of England. Andrew’s role will be to grow our customer base, seeking out new sales opportunities across the region. Andrew brings his experience in new business development from Walkers, Initial and Mars, the experience we are sure will prove essential in expanding our market share. Andrew enjoys golf, classic cars and any sport involving wheels.
Kennie O’Connor joins us as an internal account manager and will be working to assist in the growth and development of new customers across the UK. Kennie has previously worked as a telephone account manager in the insurance industry and built up significant customer facing experience in sales roles. Outside work Kennie is a keen historian and avid foreign cinema fan.
Please join us in welcoming all the new members of our team and look out for them in the coming weeks as they get stuck into their new roles.
We hope you will join us in welcoming them to our team and feel free to contact them for any assistance you require.