Bluefish appoints new group commercial director

Bluefish has appointed Nigel Edwards as its new group commercial director, with immediate effect.

Nigel will take a lead role in Bluefish Group’s sales, marketing strategy and development across all group businesses, including STP Office Supplies and B-Line Business Supplies, and will report to Mark Heath, the group’s MD.

Nigel joins Bluefish following a highly successful career, most recently as managing director of the London Graphics Group.

Commenting on the new appointment, Mark said: “Nigel brings great value and know-how to Bluefish, allowing us to develop our existing businesses further and provide exciting opportunities to push our acquisition plans further in a challenging market.”

Nigel added: “This is an exciting time to be joining Bluefish a unique opportunity to grow by utilising the core fundamentals that have made the business successful to date. I look forward to expanding Bluefish business and building on the strong growth that it has enjoyed over a number of years. The Bluefish brand has an excellent reputation in the marketplace and I am confident of a positive and strong future for the business.”

 

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Written on 12th July 2017

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