Rhiannon Pemberton has joined Bristan’s marketing specification team as a marketing executive.

Bristan hones in on housing with new appointment

Published:  07 June, 2016

As part of a concerted focus on the housing sector, Bristan’s marketing specification team has boosted its industry proficiency with a new appointment.

Rhiannon Pemberton has joined the business as a marketing executive, having previously worked at national British housebuilder Bovis Homes in the marketing team for just under four years. During this time she was responsible for covering all marketing communication and campaigns required in line with the house buyer journey in a bid to generate new prospects and enhance customer satisfaction.

Ms Pemberton will play an instrumental role in developing Bristan’s marketing campaigns to promote its domestic specification product portfolio.

Ms Pemberton said: “Bristan is a highly reputed brand with a first-class domestic specification offer. I look forward to applying the insight and experience I’ve gained working in the housebuilding sector to help shape the marketing strategy going forward.”

Kate Money, marketing manager of Bristan specification, added: “We are very pleased to have Rhiannon join the team as we continue to strengthen our presence in the housebuilding market. She is not only extremely well qualified, but has an extensive knowledge of the sector, as well as strong relationships with key influencers, which will be a major asset as we continue to grow and develop new products.”

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