Posted 18th July

Hoover Candy welcomes new business director for built-in

By KBBDaily on 18th July 2018 - 15:50pm
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Appliance manufacturer Hoover Candy Group has appointed Nick Platt as its new business director for built-in appliances.

According to the company, Platt has close to 20 years of experience, having held various positions within distribution and retailers across the kitchen, bathroom, electricals and appliance industries.

In his new role, he will be working with the sales and marketing teams of Hoover’s built-in division, ensuring the product portfolio “offers real points of difference”, according to Hoover.

“Hoover Candy is a business that is on an amazing journey,” said Platt. “Instantly recognisable, there’s a plethora of innovative, stylish launches that show how technology can be utilised to provide genuine solutions for consumers, making them more than just a basic appliance.

“In terms of this innovation, the company’s ambitions are being realised and show no sign of slowing – the energetic pace is exciting,” he added. “We’re a business that’s fantastically well-positioned to be recognised as leaders in all our strategic markets.”


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