Posted 1st July

Primaflow F&P's welcomes two new appointments

1st July 2019 - 14:00pm

Primaflow F&P has announced the hiring of two new marketing specialists – enabling the company to further strengthen its ability to ‘Simply Deliver More’ for customers, through reliability of service and staff expertise.

Adam Lay, marketing executive, and Hamzah Latif, digital marketing executive, will help to ensure customers can access accurate and up-to-date information about the company’s extensive range of 12,500 plumbing, heating and bathroom products.

Adam has been appointed to coordinate marketing activity for the heating category specifically – joining an existing team of specialists across the company’s two other key divisions: plumbing and fires & bathrooms. Hamzah, meanwhile, will be responsible for optimising the customer journey across the company’s website.

Primaflow F&P’s head of marketing Tim Ramsey says: “We have invested in appointing dedicated managers across each of the key categories, not just because it enables us to negotiate externally with manufacturers and suppliers to secure the best products at the best prices for our customers – but also because it provides invaluable specialist expertise internally.”

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