Kestrel have announced that 23-year-old Rachel Crewe, a Chemistry Management and Industry graduate from Preston, will be Business Development Manager for the North West and North Wales.
Rachel said her background is the perfect formula for working at the company, with the mixture of industry, science and business meaning the job has every element as far as she is concerned.
When it comes to products, she added that colour is the real draw in her area.
“Kestrel has a really wide range, but in the North West and North Wales the Anthracite Grey fascias, soffits, window and roofline trims are particularly popular with stockists,” she said.
Kestrel sales and marketing director Owen Thorogood said Rachel took not time to get to grips with her new role.
“Rachel spent time working at head office and has swotted up on the industry and products to help her hit the ground running,” he said.
“I’m sure that her determination and drive will see her fly high with Kestrel.”
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