Balsall Common-based company, Vorwerk, has announced regionally significant promotions for two members of its growing sales team.
Based at the firm’s regional base on Gipsy Lane in the village, Charlie Freeland has been promoted to the position of national sales manager, while Nathaniel Mortazavi takes on the role of branch manager with German home appliance maker Vorwerk.
Freeland will be tasked with ensuring Vorwerk’s continued sales success on a national level by managing the network of regional offices, while Mortazavi will lead the branch from their West Midlands base.
The appointments recognise the pair’s success as part of Vorwerk’s sales team and further reflect the potential for growth and progress for individuals working for the European success story.
The company is currently recruiting for new sales advisors and welcomes interest from those looking into a new career in sales.
Mr Freeland said: “I’m relishing the opportunity to help lead and provide support to our network of UK branch managers, and ensuring that the business’s growth throughout the UK in terms of sales and awareness continues.
“I believe that I understand the opportunities and challenges faced by branch managers and my priority is to provide them with the tools to help each branch realise its potential, while also exploring opportunities for further regional growth.”
Mr Mortazavi added: “I’m absolutely thrilled to be given the opportunity to lead the branch at Balsall Common. I’ve got an outstanding team behind me and wouldn’t be in the position I’m in were it not for the incredible support from my colleagues.
“I hope to grow our branch with the help of enthusiastic and motivated people who love our product and the Kobold family, while helping team members fulfil their potential and perhaps go on to become team leaders and branch managers themselves.”
Vorwerk has more than 12,000 employees worldwide and more than 600,000 sales people.
In 2015, Vorwerk generated a business volume totalling more than 3.4 billion euros, with operations in 70 countries.