Kestrel

Alysse Campany overjoyed to join the Kestrel company

  • 22 Nov 2018

Alysse Campany, who has over seven years of construction industry experience, has joined cladding, soffit and fascia brand Kestrel, covering London and the South East.

After weeks of product and company training, she hits the road this November and cannot wait to get going: “Kestrel has such a breadth of products, it’s been important to spend time understanding them, how they are manufactured and distributed.

“However, I love meeting people and working with customers, so I am really keen to get back on the road.”

While the products may be new, Alysse’s work with distributors supplying materials to large construction projects means she has a strong contact book and understands the field.

Mariah Carey fan & make up enthusiast Alysse added: “My previous role had a similar combination of installers and distributors to Kestrel and so I’m hoping that some of those contacts will be useful for our existing and new customers.”

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