Promotion for Ovia sales team members

As part of its ongoing commitment to the development and future growth of the business, Ovia is delighted to announce the promotion of two key members of the sales team – Reg Oldrey and Lee Bradshaw.

Reg Oldrey has been promoted from Regional Sales Manager to National Sales Manager covering the whole of the South, while Lee Bradshaw is promoted from his role as Regional Sales Manager to the position of National Sales Manager across the North.

As well as continuing to support the external team, Reg and Lee will play a key role in developing and implementing strategies to build on the success of the Ovia brand as it enters its third year of operating as an independent lighting company.

Reg has more than 15 years’ experience within the electrical industry, with roles held with a number of leading wholesalers, as well as a major lighting manufacturer. Having worked for more than 15 years’ predominantly in the lighting sector, Lee has a wealth of knowledge and expertise to share through this promotion.

Mike Collins, Ovia’s Sales Director, comments: “Our sales team is key in nurturing our strong customer network. We are proud of our reputation for experienced and knowledgeable staff as well as first-class customer service and believe that in their new roles Reg and Lee will further enhance our offering and support for customers. The launch of the third Ovia catalogue, with a raft of new products, puts us in a very strong position to offer a comprehensive portfolio. The focus now is to continue to grow the business while still meeting the demands of an evolving market with the latest lighting solutions.”

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