Posted 17th May

Geberit appoints new directors

By KBBDaily on 17th May 2017 - 15:53pm

Geberit has appointed Brent Hudson, pictured left, as its new marketing and products director and Raffaela De Vittorio, right, as UK sales director for specification and sales.

De Vittorio – who was previously marketing and brands director – has been with the company since 2003, and joined the marketing team in 2013 as business manager for Geberit AquaClean UK. Under her leadership, the company's specification and retail sales teams are being brought together.

Hudson will oversee the newly merged teams of marketing and product management in his new role. He joined the company when it acquired Sanitec in 2015 as product and technical director, having previously worked in the UK sales and marketing team at Twyford.

“I am extremely excited by this evolution of our structure and the next phase in our business development and am very confident of Geberit meeting the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead,” said Geberit UK managing director Mark Larden. “I would like to congratulate Raffaela and Brent on their new positions and responsibilities and wish them all the very best in the future.”


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