Saracen expands business development team with new appointment

  • 14 Dec 2016

Saracen Interiors has appointed Melissa Chandra to the role of business development executive to support the company’s growth within the commercial sector.

Saracen has built a strong reputation in London and the South East over the past 30 years for its office fit out work, and is now looking to create an imprint on other markets and build on its regional reputation with is quickly developing across the Midlands and the North.

Melissa will complement the company’s strategic development plans by maintaining existing client relationships, generating new leads, booking appointments and updating the sales database.

Joint managing director of Saracen Interiors, Michael Page is delighted to welcome Melissa: “We were keen to bring in new blood – somebody with experience of other industries who would be joining the team with no preconceptions. The most pertinent attributes that Melissa was able to demonstrate are energy and enthusiasm, which are absolutely vital to this role. Her strong relationship management skills and her passion for the role made her the most credible candidate and we’re pleased to now have this talented individual in the team.”

Melissa comments: “I’m really happy to be joining a friendly, yet challenging, environment where there is real potential for progression and I know my work will be valued. I will be focusing on building long-term relationships and helping the company with its plans for further growth and achieving good, solid results.”

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