Exertis’ newly appointed Pro AV team led by Jamie Brothwell consists of: Al Coyne, taking the role of Commercial Director; Tim Fox, Head of Sales; Jon Grundy, Head of AV Solutions; and Mark Sanderson, the new Commercial Manager.
A wider external team is also part of the new structure, employing Mandeep Jabble and Joe Finn who both report into Head of Sales, Tim Fox.
Jamie Brothwell said: “Having responsibility for restructuring and rebuilding the UK Exertis Pro AV business is the best project I’ve ever been a part of. Building and establishing a new management team, setting the strategy for growth, working with our geographical siblings around the world, and bringing to life and telling the story of Exertis Pro AV has been a joy to be part of. Working at Exertis gives the freedom and entrepreneurial spirit that leads to fantastic innovation and growth. I’m incredibly proud of our business, our culture and our people, and I’m really excited to see where we go from here.”
Al Coyne, Commercial Director, said: “I am relishing the new role as it gives me another cap to wear in the world of Exertis Pro AV – there are several similarities in this market as there are within the OA print market.”
Tim Fox, Head of Sales, said: “Building a sales operation that offers customers excellent service and genuine choice is a challenge that I am really enjoying. Exertis Pro AV has a lot of momentum now, exciting times are ahead!”
Jon Grundy, Head of AV Solutions, said: “Exertis is incredibly forward-thinking and is constantly looking for new ways to improve our offering and better support our partners. Being able to help shape this growth is extremely rewarding.”
Mark Sanderson, Commercial Manager, said: “Having spent 23 years in AV/UC distribution, it’s great to be leading a team of passionate, dedicated and knowledgeable colleagues to drive our portfolio of industry-leading conferencing, collaboration and attach vendors to market.”
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