Grange strengthens marketing team with two new appointments

by | Jun 15, 2017 | News | 0 comments

Leading garden structures company, Grange Fencing has boosted its marketing team with the appointment of two dedicated team members.

With over 15 years of marketing experience, CIM-qualified Mark Morris has been appointed marketing manager at Grange Fencing and will be responsible for ensuring continuous progression across all aspects of the company?s marketing and communications strategy. Mark will be supported by recently appointed marketing executive Peter Holloway, who brings with him an in-depth knowledge of retail marketing and relationship management.

Commenting on his new position, Mark said: ? Grange Fencing is a well known and hugely respected name in the industry and I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to be part of the company?s strategic planning. Grange is at an exciting stage in its development and I look forward to overseeing the company?s ambitious plans throughout the coming years.?

Mark and Peter will be joining Grange?s head of commercial, Rob Giles and marketing co-ordinator, Julie Hall to create a steadfast marketing team.? Of the recent developments, Rob said: ? We welcome Mark and Peter to the team and are confident that their experience and knowledge will be instrumental in bolstering the company’s credibility as a market leader in its sector.

For more information about the company?s range of timber made garden structures and fencing, visit www.grangefen.co.uk. Retailers interested in working with Grange should contact 01952 588 088 or email sales@grangefen.co.uk

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