Yale names new Territory Manager for the South East

Published: 3 April 2017 - Rachel Tucker

Security specialists Yale has announced the appointment of Veronica Adams as Territory Manager for the South East region, reinforcing its focus on strengthening its support network for trade customers.
 

Veronica Adams.
Veronica Adams.

Adams brings with her a wealth of expertise and experience to her new role at Yale, particularly through her previous role at Mia Hardware, which had a strong involvement in the security sector.

 

Her last position as Area Sales Manager for the South East will stand her in good stead for her new role, which will see her working on trade contracts for both housing and local authorities, covering all Yale’s product ranges.

 

Speaking of the new appointment, Nigel Fisher, Managing Director at Yale, said: “Veronica’s experience will be highly beneficial in strengthening our network with trade customers, and thanks to her knowledge and expertise we know she will be a great addition to the Yale team.”

 

Discussing her new role, Adam's, who lives in Kent, said: “I’m really looking forward to starting on this new adventure at Yale – I’m sure there will be lots of exciting times ahead and I’m glad that I can be a part of the future of the business”.

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