McNeally heads up sales for Jablite

Published:  06 August, 2013

Jablite has appointed Tony McNeally as head of UK sales.

Mr McNeally has held a number of senior leadership roles in sales and marketing over the past 12 years and worked for a month as a consultant to Jablite before being offered this role.

“I am delighted to have been offered a full-time role at Jablite and very excited to have this opportunity to contribute to Jablite’s significant growth aspirations,” said Mr McNeally.

“My first task is to work with all of Jablite’s major customers and to ensure that we are providing the best customer service as well as looking for new opportunities to innovate and create growth.

“I have been very impressed by the dedication and professionalism of everyone I have met at Jablite and I am looking forward to working with the team to deliver the business’s ambitious targets.”

Mr McNeally has extensive business-to-business and business-to-consumer experience in sales and marketing and has also worked in operations for UK manufacturers and equipment distributors.

“I am very pleased to welcome Tony to Jablite,” said David Teasdale, sales and marketing director. “Tony has invaluable sales experience that I know he will put to good use for us.

“Jablite is experiencing excellent growth and our innovative approach to insulation has been recognised by leading figures and organisations in the construction sector.

“Tony will help us make the most of the opportunities that we have and to identify new avenues to further develop our business in the UK. I look forward to seeing what he will help us achieve.”

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