Computer 2000 business manager among recruits at Corporate Rewards

Corporate Rewards has added two business development managers to its team.

Corporate Rewards adds two business development managers
Corporate Rewards adds two business development managers

Former Computer 2000 business manager Carl Mitchell and Grass Roots head of sales UK James Kelly have joined the Warwickshire-based agency.

Both new business development managers will focus on growth opportunities, as well as working with Corporate Rewards’ clients, who include Nestle, Dell and Samsung.

Meanwhile, Netapp appointed Corporate Rewards to run its Netapp Insight 2012 event in November in Dublin.

Mitchell previously worked for Computer 2000 – a Corporate Rewards client - for more than six years, in roles including business development manager and business manager.

He said: "Joining Corporate Rewards has given me the opportunity to pursue something I enjoy and felt I could be good at. Incentivising and rewarding was part of my previous job role and I wanted to focus more on that. Having used Corporate Rewards as a supplier in the past, I was impressed not only by their service but also by the culture that was portrayed by all the staff."

The agency has now grown its sales team – headed by sales director Dan Kelly – to five with the addition of the new business development managers.

James Kelly joined on Monday (20 August) and previously worked for Grass Roots for five and a half years, progressing his way to head of sales UK.

"I joined Corporate Rewards because I am really impressed by the vision for the business," said Kelly. "The investment they are putting into their products and people is fantastic."

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