Newey & Eyre’s new appointment

Published:  07 March, 2014

Newey & Eyre has appointed a new head of the Contractors & Installers (C&I) national sales team.

Rob Pearse has been with the company for four years, having joined in 2010 as a national account manager and progressing to national sales manager in 2012. Boasting a wealth of experience in the electrical industry, Mr Pearse previously worked at cable management company Cablofil for eight years, where he was a regional sales manager.

In his new role, Mr Pearse will be responsible for the overall national account ledger, as well as developing new vertical market sectors. His key responsibility will be to consolidate and grow the company’s vast C&I arm by honing client relationships, ensuring strategic alignment and driving product innovation in new market sectors.

“Having worked in the industry for over 12 years, I am very proud to work for Newey & Eyre,” said Mr Pearse.

He continued: “In my new role, my aim is to take full leverage of our fantastic assets to continue the highest standard across the company.

“As we all know, the task for the modern contractor and installer is an ever-complex one. Going forward, in addition to driving sales and increasing turnover, I would also like to lead Newey & Eyre as a tangible support arm for our valued customers, as we evolve in line with the ever-changing industry.”

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