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Dexam’s new marketing team

Dexam has announced exciting developments with a new marketing appointment. However, the news coincides with the retirement of Sue Knight, who has spent 20 years at the company. Sue worked in sales and more recently in Dexam’s marketing department, and will retire at the end of the month.

Bryony Dyer, managing director said that while the company is sad to say ‘goodbye’ to Sue, she will have a long lasting influence. Bryony acknowledges: “Sue has been incredibly influential in keeping our standards high, and her impact will live on in our catalogue and trade show stands.”

Rosa Woodrow is now stepping into Sue’s role having been working with Dexam’s sales and marketing departments since joining the company in March 2019. Rosa will work alongside Pete Urbanczyk, who has now been appointed in the post of marketing and digital executive.

Bryony notes: “Our websites, social media, images, sales sheets, product launches, PR and, of course, packaging, trade shows and showroom will receive the best possible integrated attention and Pete’s appointment will also enable us to further support the efforts of the sales team.”

Top: Rosa Woodrow, Sue Knight (retiring this month) and new recruit Pete Urbanczyk at Dexam.

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