Staff changes at Dexam

Bryony Dyer, managing director of Dexam, has released details of some staff changes at the housewares supplier.

She said: “With over 60 years of supplying the market with cookware, bakeware, utensils, accessories and tableware, Dexam has seen its fair share of market changes but has remained in the forefront of innovation, reliability, friendliness and above all, customer service.

“It is with mixed feelings that we will be saying goodbye to Sue Knight later this month, who is retiring after a 20-year career with us, first in sales and latterly in marketing. She has been incredibly influential in keeping our standards high, and her impact will live on in our catalogue and trade show stands.

“To fill these shoes is Rosa Woodrow, who has been a member of our team since March 2019, where she has been working within the sales and marketing departments.

“Rosa will work alongside Pete Urbanczyk, who will be joining us in the post of marketing and digital executive, so that our websites, social media, images, sales sheets, product launches, PR, packaging, trade shows and showroom receive the best possible integrated attention to enable us to support the efforts of the sales team even more.

“We are excited by these developments and hope that it encourages you to share in our world, where we aim to remain at the heart of your kitchen.”

 

L-R: Rosa Woodrow, Sue Knight, Pete Urbanczyk

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