In addition, South East sales manager Stephen Maughan will take on the additional responsibility of national accounts manager, and Central East sales manager Dan Beaulieu will become the Ireland country manager as part of his extended role.

Deputy managing director, Martin Hawkins, said: “As we move forward as a business, I’m pleased to announce the promotion of four members of our UK sales team. It’s great to see the team progress into new roles and responsibilities; a true testament to their dedication, knowledge, and success.”

New UK sales manager Ryan Kingswell has been a key player in the business for many years, joining Bowers in 2013 as a technical support and installation engineer, before more recently progressing to product sales specialist. With a wealth of experience and extensive product knowledge, Ryan has shown many qualities that will be central to his new challenge, motivating and leading an already established sales team.

Bowers Group has also appointed Patrick Curry to the role of technical product manager. Having joined Bowers Group in 2010, undertaking the role of product specialist and product support engineer. The firm saud Curry is highly knowledgeable, with an in-depth product knowledge, and has proven to be the go-to for support and advice for many years. Progressing into his new role, he will continue to be a valuable leader and mentor for the current product specialist team.

There will also be changes to the accounts and area management of the sales team, with Stephen Maughan stepping up as national accounts manager alongside his role as South East Area sales manager. Daniel Beaulieu is also promoted to the position of Ireland country manager alongside his role as area sales manager for Central East.

Demonstrating excellence in his role as area sales manager for the South East since 2017, and the firm said he has proven results and a dedicated work ethic that are an ideal fit for his new role. He joined the Bowers team in 2019 and has an established sales performance in the Central East, putting him in excellent stead to further expand his territory into Ireland.