Forest Garden has appointed Andrew Bendall as marketing manager.

Forest appoints new marketing manager

Published:  23 March, 2014

Forest Garden has recently welcomed Andrew Bendall as its new marketing manager.

Mr Bendall, who takes up the position left by Vicky Nuttall, brings with him a wealth of marketing experience from across a diverse range of product and market sectors; something that will stand him in good stead as he leads Forest’s marketing department into an exciting next chapter.

Talking about Mr Bendall’s appointment, John Gomersall, sales and marketing director at Forest Garden, said: “We’re incredibly pleased to welcome Andrew to our team. His experience and enthusiasm are ideally suited to the role, and I have no doubt that he’ll be a great asset in helping to build the long-term visibility of Forest Garden across all our relevant markets. Andrew’s appointment also comes at an exciting time for our business as we further integrate M&M Timber’s portfolio and expertise into our own. I look forward to working closely with Andrew, and am excited to see what direction he takes his role.”

Mr Bendall added: “Joining Forest Garden is an exciting prospect; one that presents a great challenge, and an opportunity for me to become part of an already trusted and highly respected team and company. I look forward to getting started over the coming weeks and months.”

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