Posted 28th January

Caesarstone UK hires four to sales team

By KBBDaily on 28th January 2019 - 10:17am
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Caesarstone UK has appointed four new staff for its commercial and sales teams, with Megan Casson, pictured top left, being named commercial manager for architects and designers in London, while Liz Manston, top right, has become sales manager for Essex, East and South East London.

Casson has previously worked as a freelance interior designer as well as specifications manager for Cosentino and Grespania. Manston has worked at Caesarstone UK since its direct operation launch in January 2017, beginning her career in the sales operations department.

Tom Stephenson, bottom left, has taken on the role of sales manager for the North East, having spent 10 years working across several B2B sectors in sales management positions. Leanne Hirst, bottom right, has become sales manager for Yorkshire, having previously worked in sales and account management in the pharmaceutical industry.

“2019 is about expansion,” said Caesarstone UK managing director Amir Reske. “Our UK work force has grown to 40 employees in just two years of operation in order to support an impressive network of over 3,000 retailers and showrooms.

“This network is constantly growing and to support this, we are committed to continuing our investment in the development of a high calibre sales team, which will enhance our presence across the UK. I am delighted to welcome the four latest recruits to the Caesarstone UK team.”


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