New sales team appointments at Solus

Company: Solus Garden & Leisure

New appointments to the gardening sales team include Jon Grandidge as Northern Sales Manager and Michelle Brown as Southern Sales Manager. Both bring with them significant sales experience and are committed to improving customer service and developing Solus’s own brand and third party brand sales.
Jon Grandidge is a high performing sales manager with big brand experience and will focus on team development and driving forward brand distribution. Michelle Brown is an experienced consumer brands sales manager with excellent account and people management skills, and is moving on from a successful similar position within the garden centre industry.
"We're delighted to welcome Jon and Michelle and our other new sales team members on board," said Solus commercial director Ross Yealland. "Their experience widens the skills and market knowledge of the Solus team, and their passion for the gardening industry means our customers can look forward to a better, more responsive service."
The new team appointments are the latest in Solus's continuing drive to build an integrated sales and marketing function alongside a renewed commitment to product quality and choice. All the new team members are looking forward to meeting with and listening to Solus’s customers over the coming weeks, beginning with the ‘Grow with Solus’ brand event, a ‘meet and greet’ for key customers which runs from  Monday 30th September until Friday 4th October at Solus’s Droitwich showroom.
Sales team contact numbers remain the same: 0121 504 2851 (Hunnington); 01603 722044 (Rackheath) and 0131 453 5522 (Edinburgh).
Solus brands encompass gardening, garden living, water gardening and bird care. Headquartered in Hunnington, West Midlands, with its main operational and distribution centre in Droitwich, Worcestershire, Solus employs 270 staff in the region, as well as operating a sourcing office in Hong Kong.

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