BMF appoints new marketing and communications manager

Published:  14 December, 2015

The Builders Merchants Federation (BMF) has appointed Christine Wall as marketing and communications manager, with effect from 4 January, 2016.

Ms Wall is a Chartered Marketer and Executive MBA graduate with experience in a range of industries including property, housing, construction, market research, wills and probate. She joins the BMF from Certainty, the National Will Register, where she was marketing manager. Prior to that, she held senior marketing roles with the Chartered Institute of Housing, Paragon and LionHeart, the RICS Benevolent Fund.

Ms Wall said: "It is an extremely exciting time to be joining the Federation with several major new initiatives just introduced, or about to be launched. I am looking forward to starting the new year working with John Newcomb and the rest of the BMF team, and to meeting as many members as possible as I get to grips with my new role."

Managing director John Newcomb added: "I am delighted to welcome Christine to the BMF team. Every year we are growing our membership by offering merchants and suppliers support and services that have real value to their business. Christine's wealth of experience in both traditional and digital marketing will be of huge benefit as we move forward."

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