Leading South Manchester-based manufacturer and installer of high-quality hard surfaces, North West Marble & Granite consolidates its team with the appointment of Sales and Marketing Executive Amalia Al-Midani.
Amalia, aged 23, has joined the company after working extensively on the sales and marketing team at home interest retailer Betta Living, as well as working in their customer service department.
Amalia, from Chelford, will bring her expertise in sales and marketing to North West Marble & Granite, which is rapidly going from strength to strength.
Amalia comments: “North West Marble & Granite is a prominent and forward-moving company; I’m looking forward to taking on the challenge of helping it expand.
“I am already very much enjoying working alongside the team, they’re so friendly and have been keeping me very busy! But I really enjoy my work here, there’s a lot to be done as the company grows.”
Managing director at North West Marble & Granite, Alan Sanderson, adds: “We are delighted to welcome Amalia to the team and firmly believe her skills and dedication will help the company as it expands over the next few years.”
North West Marble & Granite, based on the Roundthorn Industrial Estate in South Manchester, is a leading national supplier of solid surfaces to the trade and retail sectors.
The company designs, manufactures and installs granite, quartz, marble and Corian across a wide customer base - on the consumer side, working with high end private residences and with trade clients, which range from spas and leisure facilities to restaurants and bars.
Since May 2011 through investment in a 900 sqft high-end showroom and a significantly expanded team (from a headcount of 6 in May 2011 to 28 today), turnover has increased nearly threefold from £850k to over £1.5m last year. The business is on track to exceed £2.5m in the current financial year.
To find out more about North West Marble & Granite visit: www.manchestermarble.co.uk or tel. 0161 945 3856.
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