Suzanne Millward joins NMBS

Published:  30 August, 2012

UK: NMBS has appointed Suzanne Millward as sales development manager for the South East. Ms Millward, who is well known in the industry, brings a wealth of marketing and sales experience to the NMBS team from her time in the construction products industry and her long career in providing B2B solutions to businesses in the UK.

Ms Millward says: “I am delighted and very fortunate to join a progressive and forward thinking customer focussed company, who has such a long and strong track record in providing profitable business opportunities to their merchant members. This is a great opportunity for me, and I believe that, with my experience and skills of the industry, I can add additional value to the NMBS, its members and suppliers and further develop and improve on the members’ bottom line profits.

“The industry is still facing some challenging times, but I am looking forward to working closely with the merchant members to ensure they maximise the benefits the NMBS membership bring. There are opportunities out there, and I want to make sure that our merchant members fully optimise those. It will be a pleasure meeting with all the merchants that already know me, and I’m also looking forward to making new business acquaintances.”

NMBS managing director Chris Hayward comments: “Suzanne is a welcome addition to the NMBS Team and we are lucky to have the opportunity to strengthen our service offer to members and suppliers by appointing someone who can hit the ground running and make a difference from day one”.

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