Local manufacturing company appoints new sales director

in Business/Knaresborough

GSPK Circuits, the and based Printed Circuit Board manufacturer, are pleased to announce the promotion of Ian Kenyon to Sales Director, with immediate effect.

Ian has been with GSPK Circuits since 2006 although was also part of the team in earlier years – having now clocked up an impressive 21 years with the company.

Ian Kenyon
Ian Kenyon is the new Sales Director for GSPK Circuits

His most recent role has been European Sales Manager within which time he has concentrated on building up the company’s customer base in Europe – adding significant business and contributing in a very practical way to GSPK’s winning of the Queen’s Award for International Trade in 2012.

His experience in PCB manufacture has a long history and he has risen through the ranks of Technical & Quality roles within GSPK to Technical Sales and now to this current, well-deserved appointment. He will be responsible for the overall strategy of GSPK sales initiatives and for a team of loyal, supportive and well-informed sales people in GSPK branches across the globe.

Ian said:

I have some exciting ideas for GSPK and this appointment gives me the platform from which to launch the

As a member of the senior management team and now a Director I will continue to contribute my best and am excited about our position in the marketplace as we continue to grow and expand.

 

MD, Steve Lloyd, gave his congratulations:

I join my team in wishing Ian the very best in this new role.

Having worked with him for many years I am confident we have made the right choice, indeed I have been grateful for Ian’s support and contribution to the success of GSPK during past years and look forward to the future.

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