Kestrel announces new business development manager

  • 24 Jan 2019

Roofline brand, Kestrel, has announced the appointment of psychology graduate, Nathan Hassall as business development manager.

Nathan, from Nantwich, formerly worked in the hotel sector for six years, while studying Psychology in Manchester.

Following this, he joined the cladding, soffit and fascia brand in January to cover the North West.

His experience of working with customers coupled with a strong work ethic helped the 22-year-old secure his role as business development manager, promoting Kestrel’s range across Manchester, Liverpool, Blackpool, North Wales and the Peake District.

Nathan comments on his new role: “I’ve always liked face-to-face work with customers and thrive on the opportunity of working closely with people, which is why I applied for the Kestrel role.”

“Kestrel has an incredible breadth of products and is known for its quality, so I’m really excited to start working with distributors across the area,” he adds.

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