Posted 15th May 2018

Caesarstone UK welcomes two new sales managers

By KBBDaily on 15th May 2018 - 15:39pm
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Caesarstone UK has appointed Marie Hosie, pictured left, as its new sales manager for Scotland, alongside Colleen Burns, right, who has joined to develop the company’s business in Ireland.

Hosie has worked in the kitchen industry for close to 20 years, Caesarstone said, and has previously worked as a manager at John Lewis and Fitted Kitchens.

She has also worked as a business development manager for several stone and Corian fabricators and was at MCD Marketing selling Corian for close to 13 years prior to joining Caesarstone.

Burns – whose background is in retail and sales management – previously worked as business development manager for Ireland at CRL Stone.

“Scotland and Ireland present us with significant opportunities to continue and develop Caesarstone’s business within the UK and we are delighted to have such a strong sales team looking after these regions,” said Caesarstone UK managing director Amir Reske.

“We keep being told that we have the best products on the market and with high-calibre appointments such as these, we can extend the reach of those products as well as ensuring the best service too.”


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