Crest adds to creative team

by | Jul 18, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Crest Garden has announced the appointment of two key brand roles to accelerate the development of Flopro and Kent & Stowe.
Natalie Stubbington joins the company as Product Manager for Flopro to develop the current Flopro watering brand and create new inspirational and market leading initiatives. Natalie?s wealth of knowledge, creative talents and wide experience of product design and development will advance the growth of Flopro across the watering category. Natalie has worked in product and buying for many years with experience in large global companies such as George Asda and most recently Avon.
Kim Huynh has been appointed Assistant Product Manager with responsibility of developing the award winning range of Kent & Stowe garden tools and Plantpak propagation. Kim adds practical and relevant experience to the team and will have responsibility for ensuring all new developments are delivered on time. Kim joins Crest Garden from a strong product and brand background from most notably high end fashion brand Jacques Vert.
Commenting on the appointments, Colin Smart, Commercial Director said ?We are delighted to increase the marketing team here at Crest Garden. The Flopro and Kent & Stowe brands have enjoyed huge success in the market place and it is our intention to continue to invest in people and products to grow market share in these important product sectors.?
The full range of Crest Garden products will be showcased at Glee 2016 in Hall 19 Stand G21.

 

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