DIY sector director for BHETA

Published:  23 October, 2009

LONDON: Peter Stone, currently sales and marketing director for Eliza Tinsley, has accepted the role of DIY sector director for the British Home Enhancement Trade Association (BHETA). He will take up his role in the New Year.

Mr Stone has been with Eliza Tinsley, one of the UK’s leading suppliers of chain, rope, hardware and accessories, for some 16 years and is well connected throughout the DIY and hardware industry.

John Grayson, BHETA’s DIY chairman, welcomed Mr Stone to the Association saying: “Peter has a fantastic knowledge of our sector and a huge wealth of experience that we will be able to put to great use for our members. The BHETA board is delighted he is joining the Association. We feel sure that Peter’s industry connections and understanding will improve our ability to look after our DIY members well.”

Mr Stone has held company board positions for the past 22 years and has been heavily involved in negotiations with retailers and merchants at all levels and of all sizes. His career has spanned a number of different market sectors over the years – including the architectural specification market, and he has many years experience in product development and marketing within the DIY and hardware sectors. He will be in place at BHETA from January 2, 2010.

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