With the task of aiding business development and managing vital customer relations, Rufus Slim has joined Saracen Interiors as a project consultant.
This is conjunction with the leading workplace consultant’s initiative to enrich new business relationships and develop a way of working which will encourage customers for life.
Rufus has more than four years of fit out experience; in which time, it has worked hard to undertake training in every area of the process, creating a hands-on approach to better fathom the customers’ queries and to properly manage expectation.
Acknowledged as a big name in initiating and furthering new business relationships, he is also recognised as a fine team player, perfect when considering Saracen’s very own placing within the industry.
Director of Saracen Interiors, Mike Page, commented on why the appointment was made: “He was clearly enthused and brimming with ideas of how to improve customer relations.
“Not only does he have all the relevant experience but he’s also an incredibly keen networker, who is passionate about the industry and the type of work we do.”
Rufus said: “I’m really pleased to have joined a dynamic and positive, young team; one which is happy to challenge the status quo in its quest for constant improvement and business excellence.
“Working with these individuals enables me to set new goals and to have ambition, without any limits, for both myself and the company.
“It’s an incredibly forward-thinking, nurturing environment and it’s great to work for a company that enables me to hit the ground running, introducing new opportunities and embracing original ideas.”
Recently, Saracen has gained award success for its spectacular designs and intelligent planning in its office fit out work.
With an existing, strong customer base in London and the South East, along with an ever-growing one in Yorkshire and the North West, its work in Salford’s Media City proving this, Saracen are a company definitely going places.
For over 30 years, the company has created outstanding workspaces for a plethora of big name companies; Coca-Cola Enterprises, Toshiba, Tata Communications, Pizza Hut and Sue Ryder Care to name just a few.
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