Wrightstyle welcomes new business development manager

Wrightstyle, the international supplier of steel and aluminium glazing systems, has appointed a business development manager for the midlands and south of England David Harrison joins the Devizes-based company from Multi irescreens, where he was head of sales and marketing.

His appointment follows a period of sustained success for Wrightstyle, both in the UK and internationally, and reflects the company’s ethos to offer the highest standard of customer care."283" height="300" alt="" src="/UserFiles/1(847).jpg" />

Wrightstyle offers a complete design to fabrication and installation service, with its glazing systems tested and accredited to European, US and Asia Pacific standards. David has over twenty years of B2B sales experience and ten years of experience in the secondary fix, design and build industry. 

During his meeting with Tim Kempster (MD on the right in the picture) he said that he was “extremely pleased to be joining a forward-looking company with a national and international reputation for quality products and customer service.”

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Date: 29 July 2014
Source: www.wrightstyle.co.uk

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