Vogue International has further strengthened its sales force with the addition of another new national account manager.

New face at Vogue International

Vogue International has further strengthened its sales force with the addition of another new national account manager.

New face at Vogue International

Prior to joining Vogue, Emma Firth spent five years working for Churchill China where she was promoted to national account manager, looking after high-volume and middle market accounts including TJ Hughes, Next, The Co Op, Makro, Debenhams, House of Fraser and BHS.

Firth said she was “thrilled to be joining Vogue at such an exciting point in the company’s development. Not only are there some great new licenses coming on board but the growth of the generic range of products and the ground-breaking Eko products – which are made out of recycled bamboo fibres – shows just how much the company is diversifying.”

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