We are delighted to welcome two new members to our team, Emily Otchie, joins us in a Sales and Communications role, based in the London showroom, and back at our head office we have also been joined by a new Operations Manager, Steve Cox.
Emily has a background in fashion and textiles, most recently with luxury fabric and textiles house Altfield – she will be based at 1 St John’s Square working with John and Anna. Emily will also be organising a number of showroom events over the coming months, starting with a life drawing club. If you’d like to register your interest please email email@example.com.
In Cornwall Steve brings a vast amount of experience to our team having previously worked as Vice President of Herman Miller and as Managing Director of Dedon. The Cornwall calling was just too much though and MARK are delighted to have him join the team.
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