Tim Southam is business development manager for the south region at Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating.

Bosch welcomes business development manager

Published:  11 November, 2014

Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating continues to invest in its growing sales team with the appointment of a new business development manager for the south region.

Tim Southam joins Bosch with extensive engineering qualifications and a vast experience in the specification of heating and hot water technologies, and will be responsible for liaising with, and advising consultants and specifiers on Bosch system design and installation best practices.

Mr Southam began as a specification manager at a leading plumbing fittings manufacturer in 2006 where, during a two-year period, he was awarded the accolade of top salesman. In his previous role, he worked as a key account manager for a global piping systems provider, where he secured and managed high-value engineering and specification projects including Center Parcs, De Vere Gardens and University of London.

Geoff Hobbs, business development director at Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating, said: “As 2014 continues to be a very successful year for Bosch, it is vitally important that we constantly look at ways to help drive the brand forward by offering our customers the best technical advice and support possible. Growing our presence in the south is just one of the ways in which we plan to progress.

“The addition of Tim will bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to the team and I wish him all the best in what I’m sure will be a promising career at Bosch Commercial and Industrial Heating.”

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