Posted 17th May

John Lennon leaves managing director role at PWS

By KBBDaily on 17th May 2018 - 14:12pm
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PWS managing director John Lennon has left the company, according to CEO and owner Mark Stephenson, who said he will be taking a “greater personal involvement” in the direction of the company following Lennon’s departure.

Lennon became managing director of PWS in October 2015, when he was promoted from the role of marketing and sales director at the company following the retirement of former managing director Andrew Elenor. At the time of his appointment to managing director, Lennon had been the company’s marketing and sales director for 12 years.

“John Lennon has left PWS, and looking to the future, I shall be taking a greater personal involvement in the direction of PWS, working closely with the wider board to evolve the business,” said Stephenson.

“We continue to invest in all areas of PWS – product, service and people – and as ever, all our development is aligned to what we know our trade customers and the market wants, led by strong insight, innovation and development. We have some very exciting plans for the year ahead, which I look forward to sharing with you in due course.”


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