Posted 19th March

IDS appoints national business development manager for worktops

By KBBDaily on 19th March 2019 - 17:29pm
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Surfaces distributor International Decorative Surfaces – IDS – has appointed Jason Neve as its new national business development manager for worktops.

In his new role, Neve will be responsible for developing new business relationships as well as working with existing IDS customers nationwide.

Neve has joined IDS from Bushboard, where he held the title of key account manager for 14 years. Hee has more than 30 years of experience in the KBB industry, having begun his career as a kitchen designer with Magnet before moving into distribution.

He has also previously worked at George E Grey, Chambers International Products, Wilsonart and Montague Meyer, as well as running a solid surface fabrication business, Universal Solid Surface.

“I am looking forward to making this opportunity my own and creating a role that brings in brand new business and fosters stronger relationships with both new and old customers,” said Neve.

“I have worked at all levels of the industry and collected a wealth of knowledge which I look forward to applying in my new role.”


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