New head of sales for Stewart Milne Timber Systems

Published:  11 August, 2015

Stewart Milne Timber Systems has announced the appointment of Mike Perry as head of sales.

Mr Perry will be based at the company’s Witney office. He brings more than twenty years’ worth of business management experience to the role.

His new employer says he brings with him a strong track record of guiding businesses towards increased profits and efficiency, he will develop and lead the new business sales team to deliver its UK-wide business development plan. Mr Perry has experience in both the timber frame and broader construction industries, having previously held director level roles at Llewellyn Timber Engineering and ROK.

The company is looking to add to its sales team with two further business development appointments with the aim of supporting growth in its South East and East of England territories.

Group managing director of Stewart Milne Timber Systems, Alex Goodfellow said: “Mike is a fantastic addition to our team. He brings a wealth of experience to the role and will be a huge asset to the company.

“Mike is joining us during a very exciting time at Stewart Milne Timber Systems as we expand our business as part of our long-term growth strategy.

“With Mike on board, I am confident that our sales team will continue to achieve success in securing new clients and working closely to meet the needs of our current customer base.”

Mr Perry is a member of the FA Licensed Coaches' Association and volunteers as a coach and head of communications at Southside United Football Club in Milton Keynes.

He said: “I am really looking forward to working for such a forward-thinking company. Stewart Milne Timber Systems is highly regarded across the industry and I look forward to building on this reputation as I work with the team to deliver on our exciting business growth plans.”

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