Posted 14th May

Karonia hires new administrative co-ordinator

By KBBDaily on 14th May 2019 - 11:12am
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Kitchen work surface company Karonia has appointed Andrea Wright as its new administrative co-ordinator.

Wright has joined the company from panel, door and worktop distributor NESP where she held the role of sales office and purchasing manager for nine years. According to Karonia, Wright worked closely with the brand in her previous role.

“I’ve just completed my induction programme with Karonia and this has involved learning a role that I already know very well, but from the other side of the table,” she said.

“I am thoroughly enjoying being part of the Karonia team, and will hopefully play a vital role in helping the company continue to grow over the next few years.”

Karonia director Andrew Pickup added: “Working with Andrea over the past few years has given us a real insight into her strengths and capabilities so we knew that she would be the perfect person for this role.”

Read more: Karonia unveils updated Mistral worktop brochure


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