Matt Raybould is the latest recruit to join Stelrad’s new brand specialists team.

Matt joins Stelrad’s brand specialists team

Published:  21 January, 2016

Matt Raybould has joined Stelrad’s new brand specialists team, responsible for the Midlands area covering the East and West Midlands, from Lincolnshire, across to Staffordshire and down to Oxfordshire.

Initially nine strong, the Stelrad brand specialists team comprises individuals whose role is to meet builders’ and plumbers’ merchant branch staff across their regions and heating installers at their local merchant branches, to introduce new products and new concepts for the use of radiators to the people who are at the sharp end of the heating business.

The brand specialists will travel their territories in distinctive Stelrad branded Mini cars and have distinctive Stelrad workwear uniforms that will make them stand out from the crowd.

“It’s an exciting time to be joining the leading radiator manufacturer in the UK,” said Mr Raybould. “A desk job is not the way forward for me and this role allows me to meet new people every day and travel extensively through my territory, introducing people to the huge range of Stelrad radiators available to them. I’m enjoying the job hugely and looking forward to helping to develop our brand in the months and years ahead.”

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