HTI announces new appointments to national accounts sales team

Published on: 14th April 2014

Alex Ratchford joins as senior national account manager, while Michelle Dalziel has been internally promoted to the role of national account executive, taking over from Jenny Holvey who has left the company for pastures new.htinewappts300

Alex is tasked with managing major accounts across HTI’s portfolio of licensed, own label and Global Partners distribution toy ranges. With over 20 years’ experience in the toy industry, Alex has held senior sales positions with Smoby, Worlds Apart and most recently MGA Entertainment.

Mark Walls, HTI UK managing director, commented: “We are thrilled to welcome Alex to the HTI team. She brings a wealth of experience across major retail accounts and a solid knowledge of the toys and games industry. She will be a vital asset in helping HTI to achieve its strategy to further grow business with key retail accounts and continue to drive the company forward.”

Alex added: “I am really pleased to be joining HTI at such an exciting time for the company and with such great plans for future development. HTI has built a reputation within the industry as a supplier of strong licensed ranges, quality product and fantastic margins, and I am looking forward to the opportunity to contribute to the company’s future success.”

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