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Sharp/NEC grows UK sales team

The provider of visual technology and digital signage has announced two new appointments

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Sian Cotty has previously worked in the pharmaceutical and professional services sectors

Sharp NEC Display Solutions UK has expanded its sales team with the addition of Sian Cotty on the end-user sales team and Kate Butcher on the channel sales team.

According to the company, both additions bring a wealth of professional experience and industry knowledge.
Echoing its theme from ISE 2024 of ‘towards tomorrow’ the Sharp/NEC sees itself as continuing to evolve on its joint venture as it focuses on quality, service, and sustainability.

End user account manager, Sian Cotty, has been recruited to drive new business development. With previous experience in client-centred industries Sharp/NEC felt she perfectly fit with the company’s ethos.

Cotty says: “Innovation and collaboration are deeply rooted in the Sharp/NEC culture, and I am delighted to join a company that encourages employees to push boundaries and explore creative solutions.”

Kate Butcher has taken on the role as channel account manager

Kate Butcher has joined the channel sales team bringing with her ten years of sales experience in channel and AV services including time at Peerless-AV and Airtame.

Helen Sheldrake, channel sales manager for Sharp/NEC, says: “Kate has hit the ground running at ISE, getting up to speed with our wide range of products, ready to provide our channel partners with the excellent support they have come to expect from Sharp/NEC, welcome Kate!”

Cotty concludes: “A sense of camaraderie and shared achievement is very evident amongst the team, and I already feel fully supported to add value and make an impact.”

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