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Spicers bolsters marketing team

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Joshua Allsopp reported

Spicers boosts marketing team

UK wholesaler Spicers has bolstered its marketing offering.

The group has appointed Annie Dempsey and Lee Diggens as Marketing Account Managers, adding to its 30-strong team.

The pair come from outside the office supplies industry. Diggens spent the past ten years as Senior Account Manager at brand consultancy firm Hope. Dempsey joins from Pineapple Marketing where she held the role of Marketing Consultant.

They will focus on meeting dealers face-to-face, including Alliance Dealers at their premises and hosting regular marketing sessions for Brilliant Partners at each of Spicers’ Regional Distribution Centres.

Spicers CEO Jeff Whiteway commented: “We truly believe the appointment of these marketing specialists will help our customers achieve a much greater return on their investment. In turn, this will help drive sales for the dealer, Spicers and our vendor partners.”

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