Posted 1st August

Aqualisa makes two new hires for sales department

1st August 2019 - 16:20pm
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Shower manufacturer Aqualisa has appointed Sarah Robinson and Stephen Pelling as its new national account manager and hospitality department head, respectively.

Robinson has 10 years of experience in account management, having previously worked for Arctic Hayes. In her new role at Aqualisa, she will be focused on “the affiliations with the large national merchants”, the company said.

“I joined Aqualisa to be part of a growing UK manufacturer who continues to invest in people and product innovation. I see Aqualisa as an opportunity to develop my skills and the ability to progress in my career,” Robinson said.

Pelling has worked in business development and specification management, having previously held positions at Impey, Franke Sissons and Bette. He will be heading up Aqualisa’s venture into the hospitality industry, liaising with hoteliers and hotel groups.

“For me, Aqualisa has always been one of the market leaders within the showering market,” he said. “I am looking forward to taking this great range of products, and a brand well known for its great customer service, into the world of hospitality and design.”

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