Bristan announces addition of new business development manager

Published:  14 July, 2015

Bristan has appointed Andrew Warrener as business development manager.

Mr Warrener has over 20 years’ experience in sales, and is no stranger to the shower and tap industry, having previously held positions with Wolseley UK, Victoria Plumb and K&A Bathrooms.

Most recently, he worked for Wedi as specifications manager, liaising regularly with architects and specifiers in a sales & business development capacity.

Bristan says the appointment has been made to support growth in the commercial sector

“As business development manager, I will be utilising my extensive background in sales to leverage Bristan’s expanding commercial product portfolio in order to develop the brand with architects, M&E consultants, contractors and all other commercial customers,” Mr Warrener said.

“With Bristan experiencing good commercial growth and continually adding to its product range, it’s an exciting time to be joining the company.”

Daniel Winchester, head of commercial specification at Bristan, said: “The industry can expect even further new product development and innovation over the coming year.

“We’ve built on the successes of last year, and have seen our increased focus on the commercial market pay off with a continued rate of expansion. However, we have even further plans to grow our commercial offering, and as such, are delighted to welcome Andrew to the team.”

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