Iain Belcher has eight years' experience within the tiling industry.

New national account manager joins Dunlop Adhesives

Published:  25 September, 2013

Following a period of investment and growth, Dunlop Adhesives has recruited Iain Belcher as its new national account manager.

The appointment will see the specialist manufacturer of tile adhesives, grouts, finishing and ancillary products further its commitment to raising awareness of the Dunlop brand and driving sales, as Iain works closely with builders’ merchants and tradesmen across the UK.

Mr Belcher previously worked as an area sales manager at Dunlop’s parent company Building Adhesives. Before joining the group, he worked as area sales manager at Pilkington Tiles and prior to that he was north-west sales manger for British Ceramic Tile.

Dunlop’s brand manager Debi Boulton said: “Iain’s appointment is just one of many new developments for the business. We have every confidence that his expertise and experience will help to support this progression in what’s set to be a very exciting time for the company.

Mr Belcher himself said: “With the Dunlop brand evolving over the last few years, I feel that joining at this time provides me with a hugely exciting challenge, and look forward to making my new role as national account manager a unique and exciting opportunity.”

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