Posted 19th Oct 2018

Rangemaster appoints two new managers

19th October 2018 - 15:20pm
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Rangemaster has appointed Lee Harris, pictured left, as its new national account manager, as well as promoting Emma Line, right, to the role of brand and digital marketing manager.

Line first joined Rangemaster in 2014 as online marketing assistant, before becoming assistant brand manager and then brand manager. In her new role, she will oversee the company’s digital brand and social media strategy.

“I’m proud to have been recognised for my hard work over the last years and am looking forward to continuing to develop the Rangemaster brand through creating new digital initiatives and offline marketing activities to support our retailer network,” she said.

Harris has worked in the household appliances sector for the last 11 years, having spent four years at Vestel UK as key account manager for OEM white goods followed by seven years as senior key account manager for SDA and floorcare at BSH Home Appliances.

“I’m excited to be working for such a fantastic brand as Rangemaster, and looking forward to maximising sales opportunities across our portfolio and place Rangemaster products in as many homes in the UK as possible,” he said.

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