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Jennian Homes appoints new Business Manager

Jennian Homes appoints new Business Development Manager

Jennian Homes has appointed David Wilson as its new Business Development Manager.

David will focus on delivering regular training and support to Jennian Homes franchise sales managers throughout the country and will also work to improve partnerships with Jennian’s strategic industry partners.

A sales expert, David has been managing and training sales people for more than a decade in various roles, most recently as Regional Manager, Villages at Guardian Health Care. This has equipped him with a customer-centric, energetic approach which he will pass on to the wider Jennian team.

Jennian Homes General Manager Stephen Murray, says David’s credentials more than qualify him for the job.

“David has recent construction industry experience coupled with the ability to get the best out of others he works with,” says Stephen. “Giving our sales people regular and valuable training, will result in a better all-round service for our customers.”

David will be based in the Jennian Homes Tauranga head office and will start on November 3.

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