Saracen Interiors strengthens business development team

  • 18 Aug 2016

Saracen Interiors has appointed a new business development manager to help build on its established portfolio in London and the South East and consolidate its profile in the Midlands and the North.

Carly Chandra will be tasked with generating new business opportunities and building relationships with both clients and commercial agents. Carly will also manage Saracen’s CRM system and oversee leads and business intelligence.

With a strong background in business development for the design and fit out industry, her appointment is expected to have a positive impact on the sales of all the company’s divisions, including Saracen Small Works, Saracen Facilities Management and Saracen Office Moves.

Michael Page, joint managing director of Saracen Interiors, welcomed Carly to the team: “Carly demonstrates a strong skill-set and an aptitude for exploring new markets and optimising business leads. 

We’re delighted that she has chosen to join Saracen and use her expertise to our advantage and we’re anticipating good results from her input. We’ll most definitely benefit from her enthusiasm and her passion for the industry, which sets her apart.”

Carly added: “I’m really happy to be joining what is a forward thinking and dynamic company, with a high calibre portfolio and a strong track record of outstanding delivery. 

Saracen is renowned for its design expertise and for the work it does pre-construction to ensure that each project meets the client’s expectation and, as a result, there is a strong client base in place for me to build on, along with the necessary sales and marketing tools to facilitate further progression.”

Saracen has been creating workspaces for over the past 30 years, with recent clients including Coca Cola and Tata Communications.

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