JB Kind appoints area sales rep

Published:  21 December, 2015

JB Kind has appointed Chris Roullier as a new area sales representative to cover the Home Counties, North London, Essex and East Anglia region.

Mr Roullier, who has more than seven years experience in the door industry, has been appointed to support the requirements of merchants and help to expand the company's reach throughout this important geographical area.

JB Kind sales director Simon Johnson said: "We believe that Chris' appointment will benefit hundreds of existing merchant customers as well as offer an improved incentive for new merchants to join our increasingly large network. Chris has always been a high achiever, becoming a sales manager at just 21 and, with experience in estimating, CAD design and, of course, sales, we believe that Chris will be an excellent asset to our already strong team."

Mr Roullier said: "I am really pleased to have secured this position at JB Kind. The patch I am covering has a range of well-established customers which I am looking forward to getting to know, however, the region also has a lot of potential and I am hoping to show a significant amount of new customers the benefits of working with JB Kind too. Luckily I already have good industry knowledge across different market sectors, detailed knowledge of certifications and doors sets and the desire to learn as much as I can in my new role."

Mr Roullier began his new role in November 2015.

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