Jason Reed.

Aqata appoints regional sales manager

Published:  06 November, 2009

HINCKLEY: With immediate effect, Jason Reed has been appointed as the new regional sales manager for prestigious UK shower specialist Aqata.

Having spent more than seven years in a sales role with another leading enclosure manufacturer, Mr Reed joins the team with a successful track record in the shower market, a thorough understanding of the wider bathroom retail sector and is already well-known within the geographical areas that he will cover for Aqata. His responsibility will be to manage existing accounts and develop new business in the regions of the South West of England, Wales and the West Midlands.

Mr Reed’s familiarity with the Aqata brand and their reputation for well-engineered products were among his reasons for joining the team and he looks forward to this fresh challenge. He comments: “This is a great opportunity to improve sales coverage in my regions and increase the prominence of the Aqata brand. It will also be rewarding to work with a company which puts such strong emphasis on excellent customer service and reliability.”

Aqata managing director, Jayne Barnes, comments: “Jason has highly relevant experience which he brings to Aqata along with knowledge of the retail market within his region so will be able to hit the ground running. I feel confident that this background combined with our exciting range of shower enclosures and bathroom products should have a significant increase in our market share.”

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