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PEOPLE Ensuring partner support Schueco UK, has appointed Sean Butler to the post of commercial director, Metal Construction. With 24 years’ experience in the UK construction and building products industry, he has worked for a number of major companies and is equipped with a specialist knowledge of aluminium systems. Sean, who gained a degree in Material Science and Engineering at Leeds University, will be focusing Successful ‘growth’: Profile 22 is celebrating Movember success after 10 employees closely on Schueco's network of joined the campaign and grew moustaches in a bid to raise awareness of prostate fabricator partners. Working with cancer. Moustaches of all kinds have been sported by the 10 Epwin Mo Bros who his sales team, his aim will be to raised more than £640 since last appearing at work, clean shaven, on 1 November. SoSean Butler. far in the UK, more than £9.8 million has been raised for Movember in 2012, out of a develop the network and to ensure Sean plays golf and watches huge global total of over £40.9 million. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in that all Schueco partners have the football and rugby union as often men as one man dies every hour from the disease in the UK. Guy Black, brand support required to enable them to as possible. He also enjoys manager of Profile 22 and one of the Epwin Mo Bros, said: “I lost my father just over win competitive tenders in today’s travelling and as the married father two years ago to prostate cancer, so this charity and awareness campaign is very important to me and I’m genuinely grateful to all those clients and colleagues who challenging marketplace. of two teenage sons, spending time have supported us.” Donations are still being taken by Profile 22. For more An enthusiastic fan of sport, with his family. information, visit: http://uk.movember.com/mospace/3815921 Expanding sales in the South Mark Webber has been me sit up and take notice. I was appointed Zoom Ready sales keen to find out more. Then manager. Mark is an when I saw the roof, I was experienced salesman, having knocked out. worked for 10 years selling “I’m looking forward to Ultraframe conservatory roofs. carrying on the fantastic work He will be responsible for at Zoom and introducing the expanding Zoom sales in roof to more new customers. southern England. “2013 will be a big year for He commented: “When I heard Zoom Ready. We’re hoping to Deal of the year had joined Zoom Ready, it made growth in the first year andcapitalise on our impressiveSteve Halford and Keith Langley extend our customer base. We’re also busy preparing for Staff at VEKA were presented with great team of people in Burnley; we the FIT Show. Zoom Ready has the Deal of the Year Award at the have been working on this deal for one of the most prominent recent 2012 Lancashire Telegraph three years, and to win this award is stands at the show and it will be business Awards. very overwhelming. I just can't a fantastic platform for doing The accolade, sponsored by believe we have done it. business with existing and Deloitte, was handed to VEKA “Thanks to the acquisition of prospective customers.” managing director, Dave Jones and Bowater Building Projects, we have Martin Randall, chairman of was awarded to the company safeguarded over 100 jobs and Zoom Ready, added: “I’m following its acquisition of Bowater created in excess of 115 new jobs in pleased to welcome Mark to our Building Products. “To say we are Lancashire at our Burnley premises, busy team. Mark has worked in thrilled would be an understatement. seeing our employee numbers go Mark Webber. the industry for many years and I am very lucky to work with such a from 155 to almost 450.” is a dedicated salesman.” A ‘Sun’-ny promotion certainly proved the case.” Steve Graves.Commercial director, Graham Davies, added: “Over the past year, REHAU trade fabricator, Sun, has been a key figure in Sun’s we’ve seen a huge increase in new announced the promotion of Steve continuing success. He commented: business, while our customer Graves from national sales manager “Since my first day with Sun Trade, retention rate has increased to head of sales and development I felt I was a valued employee and significantly and Steve has played a UK. The change of title reflects part of a progressive, friendly team. pivotal role in that. As he Steve’s new, more direct role in the I knew it was a company I could progresses in his new role, I firmly sales and structure of the company’s pursue a fulfilling career with as believe that, not only will we 12 depots across the south. long as I worked hard and continue to win new business but Having joined Sun back in 2008, continued to achieve the levels of our existing key accounts will see bringing with him more than 25 customer satisfaction that Sun has even more immediate benefits at years industry experience, he has become renowned for and that has depot level.” 20 January 2013 Glass & Glazing Products


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