Posted 3rd August

HotSpot Titanium hires new UK general manager

By KBBDaily on 3rd August 2018 - 15:14pm
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Dutch boiling hot water tap company HotSpot Titanium has appointed Nick Taylor as its new general manager for the UK, with Taylor responsible for identifying new opportunities to “grow brand nationwide”, the company said.

Taylor has succeeded Ron Blount in the role, with Blount moving over to the newly created role of business development manager for the company.

Taylor was previously UK sales director at Zip Water UK from 1999 to 2014. He went on to become UK sales director at Hager Group until March 2017 before being named commercial director at Domino Commercial Interiors.

“This is a superb opportunity to head-up a growing company and I relish the challenge of leading a valued team in collaboratively providing the best instant boiling water solutions for demanding UK consumers well into the future,” he said.

International business manager Arthur van Duin added: “Nick’s understanding of the instant boiling water market – both in terms of supply chain and, most importantly, customer-triggers – is what made him our number one choice to succeed Ron Blount as UK general manager for HotSpot Titanium.”

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