Posted 10th Apr 2018

Blum welcomes new technical manager

By KBBDaily on 10th April 2018 - 08:07am
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Blum UK has appointed Matthew Glanfield as its new technical manager, with the company noting that the new role is “quite a career change” Glanfield, who was previously a sergeant with Bedfordshire and then Thames Valley Police.

“I have valuable experience and insight into customers, and how various industries work together,” said Glanfield.

“In Blum, I saw an opportunity to change careers, which, while meaning I face new challenges, means I also get the satisfaction of helping develop the technical support team, and learning a whole new industry.”

He added: “Blum has a great ethos regarding staff training and care, which fully aligns to my own character. The opportunity to work with a small focused team really appealed as well.”


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