Alutec expands marketing team

Published:  06 December, 2013

Alutec has expanded its marketing team with the appointment of Ivona Nicol as marketing communications co-ordinator, and Tracey Dodd as specifications and projects co-ordinator.

Mrs Nicol has worked for a number of manufacturing companies, and has achieved a Master's Degree in Industrial Marketing & Management, along with Chartered Marketer status from the Chartered Institute of Marketing. In her new role, she will be tasked with developing the marketing strategy and strengthening awareness of the Alutec brand within the marketplace.

"I am very happy to have this fantastic career opportunity to join the UK leader in innovative aluminium rainwater and eaves drainage solutions and to help to grow the business," she commented. "I look forward to this new challenge and am excited to be part of the future successes of Alutec."

Mrs Dodd will help Alutec deliver its commitment to supporting specifiers. She has been with Alutec for 10 years, having worked with the company's Technical Services team before progressing to internal sales support manager. She will be responsible for developing Alutec's specifier base, whether architects, developers, local authorities or contractors.

Stephen Jeffries, Alutec's product, marketing and development manager at Alutec, said: "I am really pleased to welcome Ivona and Tracey to the team – it’s an exciting period at Alutec, in which we are rapidly growing as well as consolidating our success in existing markets, so it's the perfect time to welcome them on board.  I am really looking forward to working with them both."

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