Luis Garcia Angeles is now organisational development manager at Gibbs & Dandy.

Senior appointments at Gibbs & Dandy

Published:  14 October, 2015

Builders’ merchant, Gibbs & Dandy, has made a number of senior appointments as the business targets Q4 growth and positions itself for a strong performance in 2016.

Luis Garcia Angeles has joined the company as organisational development manager, responsible for leading organisational change and cultural transformation to improve employee productivity and engagement. His focus will also include driving the right culture, competencies and behaviours to allow Gibbs & Dandy to embrace new practices and technologies.

Meanwhile, Richard Jarvis, has been promoted from being manager of the Nottingham branch, where he was instrumental in shaping it into the high performing, profitable business it is today, to operations director for the north. His new role will see him take on responsibility for 15 branches and almost 300 employees.

Taking over from Richard at the Nottingham branch is James Truman, whose focus is on maintaining existing strong customer relationships, as well as improving the range and depth of stock.

Additionally, Tim Charlton has been appointed manager of Gibbs & Dandy’s Huddersfield branch, with a priority of retaining and growing the existing customer base.

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