New Business Development Manager for ESG switchable glass division

Following a significant period of product development, ESG Ltd has appointed James Mott as Business Development Manager for its switchable glass product range, which includes ESG Switchable Glass™, the largest sized privacy glass on the market.

Scott Sinden, Managing Director at ESG comments:“Our decision to appoint a dedicated Business Development Manager reflects the upward trend in the use of our intelligent glass products, which has resulted in a dramatic increase in our privacy glass sales over the past 18 months James is a natural choice for ESG following many years in the glass processing industry and  extensive experience in glass installation.His ability to determine glazing requirements from a design and application point of view enables him to work directly with both specifiers and architects.

Scott adds, “Heading the dedicated resource for switchable glass systems, his ability to advise on innovative projects means that he can provide a solution for even the most complex of designs and applications.”

Commenting on his appointment, James adds:“I am excited to join ESG at a pivotal time in the company’s growth. ESG has a commitment to technical ingenuity and manufacturing that is invaluable in terms of business development. “I will be contributing to the company’s expansion by further developing relationships with a broad spectrum of specifiers, architects, glazing contractors and specialist interior fit out companies, both on commercial and residential projects.”

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Date: 5 April 2013
Source: www.esgswitchableglass.co.uk

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