Uform Group appoints two new Directors

Wes McKenna joins the company as Group Sales and Marketing Director, and Brian Dunne has been promoted to the position of Irish Sales Director

Uform Directors Brian Dunne Pictured Left and Wes McKenna Pictured Right

Uform, a market leading distributor of kitchen doors and components, announced the appointment of two new Directors.

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Wes McKenna joins the company as Group Sales and Marketing Director, and Brian Dunne has been promoted to the position of Irish Sales Director.

Wes McKenna

McKenna has over 20 years’ experience and has held senior positions for leading retail brands such as Nestle and Coca Cola. He most recently held a role as Sales Director for PWS Distributors, and is particularly experienced in the creation and execution of commercial strategy. His new appointment will see him lead the Uform Sales and Marketing functions to secure new business opportunities, organically grow the company’s existing customer base and forge new strategic partnerships.

Wes McKenna

Brian Dunne 

Dunne has over 30 years’ experience in the kitchen industry, 24 of which were served with Uform in roles including Area Sales Manager, Regional Sales Manager and most recently, National Sales Manager. Dunne’s focus will be around the development and implementation of a sales strategy for the domestic market while leading a team of five Area Sales Managers.

Brian Dunne
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Commenting on the recent appointments, Group Managing Director Simon Oliphant said, ‘We’re delighted to welcome Wes to Uform and we congratulate Brian on his promotion. At a time of uncertainty in the marketplace, these latest appointments show our confidence and commitment to delivering our long-term growth strategy. I have no doubt that Wes’ strategic sales and marketing experience, coupled with Brian’s drive and unrivalled industry knowledge will see us through another successful period of growth. We very much look forward to working with them to deliver an even better customer buying experience.’