A Sektor sales team meeting.

National sales team takes shape to support customers

Published:  04 June, 2014

Sektor has formed a national sales force to proactively engage with customers and meet their requirements by providing greater one-on-one support.

The six-strong team of regional sales managers are tasked with guiding customers through the diverse range of Sektor products to ultimately allow them to install systems more efficiently than ever before and deliver the best possible end-result. The sales team will not only be suggesting Sektor solutions but as a brand exclusive to CCF, they will ensure the customers capitalise on the availability and logistical strength of the distributor.

Steve Crompton, Sektor sales director, said: “The appointment of a national sales team is just another step forward in the continued growth of the Sektor brand and our work to meet demand from the interiors market for quality solutions and service. The team’s product and application knowledge will help Sektor to be recognised across the industry as a superior, easy to install range of products.

“With many years experience with leading interior product manufacturers between them, the sales team is integral to providing unrivalled customer support from tender stage to final delivery, combined with the CCF service to provide a complete package.”

The team consists of:

  • Lisa Wills for the Midlands
  • Adam Kennedy for the South East
  • Ali Regan for the South West
  • John Cullen for Scotland
  • Nick Boyle for the North West
  • Mick Tinker for North East and Yorkshire.

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