Posted 14th Sep 2018

BA Components hires new area sales manager

14th September 2018 - 14:51pm
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Cookstown-based kitchen and bedroom door manufacturer BA Components has appointed Max Shannon as its new area sales manager for the Greater London area.

According to BA Components, Shannon has worked in the KBB industry for close to five years, having previously worked at Datateam Business Media “delivering a concise advertising service”.

In his new role, he will oversee the strategic development of the Super 8 range of BA brands in the London area. “The KBB industry has always excited me, and I have always admired BA’s commitment to embracing new challenges and product offerings,” said Shannon.

“I have no doubt BA are going to continue to develop and grow in the KBB market, especially with the diversity and variety they continually showcase. I wanted to be part of that journey – where a good company can become a great company.”

Sales and marketing director David Caulfield added: “We are delighted to welcome Max to the BA team. He brings a wide breadth of outstanding knowledge in the kitchen retail market and I’m confident that Max will do an exceptional job of growing sales in the Greater London area.”

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