Yvonne Wolstenholme brings eight years' experience with F&P Wholesale to her new role as Northern region account manager.
F&P Wholesale appoints new account manager
Published: 03 April, 2013
F&P Wholesale has promoted Yvonne Wolstenholme to account manager for the Northern region.
Ms Wolstenholme joined F&P Wholesale more than eight years ago, having previously spent several years working in the car industry, culminating in a role within the sales function.
Joining F&P Wholesale as a sales co-ordinator for the Chorley branch, Ms Wolstenholme played an essential part in a busy sales office, building up a great understanding of the company’s product groups and processes. While working at Chorley, she also developed strong relationships with the company’s customer base.
Of her promotion, she said: “I’m extremely excited to begin my new role and take on the responsibilities of account manager for the F&P Wholesale Northern region. Working within the company for more than eight years has provided me with solid experience and insight into how our customers run their businesses. We are always striving to make their lives easier by offering the best products and services to meet growing demands from their customers. I look forward to building upon these relationships and our product range in my new role.”
Chris O’Donnell, F&P Wholesale’s North region sales director, commented: “I am delighted to announce Yvonne’s promotion, which signals a very exciting time for her and the Chorley branch as a whole. At F&P Wholesale, we are always keen to develop people from within when possible and Yvonne’s appointment represents another significant step in her career development, allowing her to build upon her many years of experience in our sector.
“In order to uphold the company’s excellent customer service performance, we rely on employees such as Yvonne to develop strong relationships with the customer base, and this has certainly been a key factor in her career development. We are looking forward to seeing Yvonne begin her new role at Chorley and wish her all the best.”