Posted 11th May

Abode appoints new marketing manager

By KBBDaily on 11th May 2018 - 12:43pm
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Brassware and sink designer Abode has appointed Leanne Adamson as its new marketing manager, based at the company’s south Yorkshire head office.

Adamson has joined the company from Sensio Lighting where she worked for more than 10 years. She headed up the company’s marketing department for around five years, and worked within new product development for around two years.

“Having over ten years’ experience in the KBB industry – on top of my previous responsibility of promoting and driving forward a brand which places its core value on innovation, quality and service – makes my integration here at Abode pretty seamless,” said Adamson.

“I’m a familiar face to many already and have a good understanding of the industry which will enable me to hit the ground running in my new role as marketing manager. I’m really excited about my new role with Abode. It is a great company, with fabulous products and exciting plans for the future which makes for a varied and interesting role.”

Abode managing director Darren Holliday added: “We are delighted to welcome Leanne to the team. It’s a time of significant growth for the company and Leanne will play an integral part of our future development.”

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