Redring Xpelair Group appoints new commercial director

Published:  11 July, 2013

Redring Xpelair Group has appointed Mark Quigley to the position of commercial director, following his role as strategic business consultant within the group for several months.

In this new role, Mr Quigley will be overseeing the sales and marketing aspect of the company that spans Xpelair, Redring, Galaxy and Creda.

He said: “The Redring Xpelair Group is a market leader at the forefront of the ventilation and showering industries, and this is a great opportunity to work with such established and well-regarded brands.

“The company is in the midst of an exciting period of growth including a recent multi-million pound move to a new base in Peterborough. The new facilities include a client centre and training zone that are designed to provide better levels of customer and installer engagement. It’s certainly a great time to join the team.”

Mr Quigley started work in pharmaceutical and computer accessory sales before joining Hotpoint in 1988. He spent 10 years at the company leading major new product development and strategic brand positioning projects before being made national account director. When the lndesit Group acquired the company in 2002, he was appointed commercial director for after sales service.

He then joined Nokia mobile phones as national accounts director and was appointed UK head of sales in 2008. After leaving in 2010, he started a renewable energy business and in 2012, a sales and marketing company specialising in technology and renewable energy markets.

For more information on Redring Xpelair Group, visit www.redringxpelair.com. Alternatively, call 0844 372 7750.

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