New marketing director at Vokčra

Published:  25 November, 2014

Heating manufacturer Vokčra has appointed Neil Mattock as marketing director.

Mr Mattock joins Vokčra from a leading heating manufacturer where he has spent the majority of his career, having started at the company in 1993. Here, he began his career as technical assistant before moving on to become product manager, progressing through the company to be head of marketing for more than eight years. Mr Mattock has also headed up the company’s national spare parts business and worked as a key account manager for the company.

“I am thrilled to be joining Vokčra,” said Mr Mattock. “The company has been going from strength to strength in recent years and it is a great time to become part of the team. My previous roles have provided me with in-depth knowledge of what it takes to build and sustain a successful heating brand.

“Having a technical background also gives me a great product understanding and appreciation of what installers need to make their lives easier. I am looking forward to helping continue Vokčra’s growth and build on the solid foundation that my predecessor has put in place.”

Steve Cipriano, managing director at Vokčra, added: “We are delighted to welcome Neil to the Vokčra team. He is well known within the industry and has a vast amount of expertise to bring to the company.

“I would also like to thank Eleanor Fox for all her hard work over the past eight years; her commitment and dedication to Vokčra has driven the company forward and we wish her all the very best for the future. As we enter 2015, the future is looking bright for Vokčra and Neil’s appointment will bring new energy to the business and ensure we continue to provide our customers with innovative marketing solutions.”

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