Paul Lamond strengthens sales team with two new hires

Published on: 19th September 2018

This autumn brings significant growth for the games & puzzles specialist thanks to the appointment of new team members.

Paul Lamond Games welcomes Mark Jones on board as the new national accounts manager, and Jacqui Butler as the area sales manager for London.

Mark brings extensive games and puzzles sector knowledge to the table with over 20 years’ industry experience. His focus will be on developing and growing Paul Lamond’s national accounts business.

Jacqui is no stranger to accounts such as Harrods and Selfridges, thanks to her background of selling giftware and high-end kitchenware. She has also worked with card and gift shops following her time with Enesco.

Richard Wells, Paul Lamond’s managing director, commented: “We’re delighted that Mark and Jacqui have joined our sales team and they both bring a host of skills and experience. Mark and Jacqui’s roles will reinforce and add depth to our already strong sales force. Their appointments come at the perfect time as we head into Q4, the festive season for games and puzzles, and then onto the early trade shows in 2019.”

Mark and Jacqui join Paul Lamond as the company launches some strong lines this autumn, including Kersplatt, Stupid Deaths and Reveal, as well as the new series of 250 piece Horrible Histories puzzles.


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