Lakes, the leading manufacturer of innovative showering spaces, has appointed Clare Chase to join its external sales team as an Area Sales Manager (ASM).
Clare’s responsibility will be for driving sales in the Midlands, where she will be taking the place of Barry Clark, who is moving to cover the South West.
Clare (pictured) will become part of an established team of seven other ASMs.
With 20 years’ sales experience, including seven as a National Account Manager at a leading shower manufacturer brand, Clare’s background will be vital.
She commented: “My impression of Lakes was positive from the outset. I found their website personal, warm and friendly and was impressed by the length of service of the sales team, which often reflects the culture of the company. Everyone is great, approachable and keen to succeed.
“I’ve always worked in sales and am focused and driven. I believe my approach and attitude will help me form strong and longstanding customer relationships, and I’m looking forward to meeting customers in my area.”
Lakes’ Sales & Marketing Director Mike Tattam added: “We’re pleased to welcome Clare to the team. She is highly experienced and joins our business at a very exciting time.
“Clare will be working closely with our customers and we know she will provide all the support they need to make the most of new opportunities in the market.”
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