Posted 14th June

Croydex hires new national account manager

By KBBDaily on 14th June 2018 - 15:15pm
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Bathroom accessories manufacturer Croydex has named Rob Noyes as its new national account manager.

Noyes has joined the company from La Hacienda, where he held several roles in the corporate sales team and managed a range of high street retailers including John Lewis and Aldi.

“Croydex presents an exciting opportunity for me to work for a truly innovative company during an exciting period of growth,” said Noyes. “Deciding to change my career path from the garden sector to bathroom products after five years was a daunting prospect.

“However, after meeting the Croydex team I was quickly won over by their energy, passion for business and near limitless scope of opportunity to continuously improve on what has gone before.”

Croydex commercial director Jon Langford added: “Rob shares our passion for excellent service, building strong partnerships and delivering quality products.

“His enthusiasm and experience will make a significant contribution to realising our vision for expansion and growth. We are delighted to welcome him to the team.”


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