Posted 27th Nov 2018

Trend Transformations hires new marketing head

By KBBDaily on 27th November 2018 - 10:31am
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Trend Transformations – formerly known as Granite Transformations until the company rebranded in 2017 – has appointed Ann-Marie Jones as its new head of marketing.

Jones has joined the company from Blanco UK, where she held the role of marketing manager. She has more than 20 years of experience in marketing and the kitchen and bathroom industry.

Jones will split her time between the company’s Tunbridge Wells head office and the various showrooms across the UK. “I’m extremely excited to be joining Trend Transformations at such a pivotal time,” she said.

“The business is evolving in a way that offers so much potential for new and innovative marketing strategies and I very much look forward to working with franchisees to develop and implement them.”

Trend Transformations COO Danny Hanlon added: “Our range of products continues to grow, so bringing in a specialist like Ann-Marie is just the next step in the plans to further develop the brand.

“I look forward to seeing the results of an invigorated marketing team combined with our great network of franchisee-owned showrooms.”


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