SBM Life Science recruits new territory manager for the South East

by | Dec 9, 2016 | News | 0 comments

Committed to strengthening its collaborative relationship with its garden centre partners SBM Life Science has invested in the appointment of a territory manager for the South East region.

Andy Reffold, in post from 5 December, has joined SBM Life Science from The Scotts Miracle-Gro Company.??He brings with him a wealth of expertise and market knowledge, as well as excellent contacts in the South East.

Andy will be working with garden centres on opportunities with SBM Life Science?s existing marketing leading brands including Baby Bio, Phostrogen, Toprose and Provado.??He will also leverage the products and brands currently within the stable as they are developed and introduced to the UK market.

He will report into Scott Williams, SBM Life Science?s national salesforce channel manager UK & Ireland.

?Our vision for Life Science is to become a worldwide leader for home and garden solutions, offering an innovative portfolio that will meet the evolving expectations of our customers,? explained Darren Brown, head of Life Science.

?We?re delighted to welcome Andy into our team to help us realise this vision.??2017 is going to be an exciting season for our business as we capitalise on the opportunity ahead of the new business and we?re looking forward to Andy being an integral part of that process.?

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