Posted 29th Nov 2017

BK Nolte Contracts hires southern business manager

By KBBDaily on 29th November 2017 - 09:46am

BK Nolte Contracts has appointed Melissa Cardiel as its new southern business manager, with Cardiel set to head up maintaining and developing relationships with housebuilders, contractors and real estate investors in greater London and the south for the company.

She will also work alongside interior designers and architects to “provide information on the very latest kitchen innovations and design trends”, according to the company. Cardiel previously worked at Howdens and more recently as senior contracts sales manager at Nobilia.

“I am delighted to have been offered the opportunity to join BK Nolte Contracts,” said Cardiel. “I am confident that I will soon become an integral part of their highly professional and experienced team and I’m looking forward to securing new business and delivering growth to the company.”

Managing director Paula Hodkinson added: “Melissa has joined BK Nolte Contracts at a really exciting time for the business and will be developing our client base in London and the south.

“Melissa brings with her a wealth of experience in the contract market and I am sure she will quickly become an invaluable asset to the company. We are pleased to have Melissa on board and are looking forward to working with her.”

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