Bluehat realigns sales team with new appointments

Bluehat Group has realigned its sales department and launched a new business team, following the appointment of three managers.

Bluehat Group makes changes to its corporate sales team
Bluehat Group makes changes to its corporate sales team

Corinne Tatham, Helen O’Neill and Mark Dishington have all been promoted to the role of team manager, bringing more than 20 years of experience between them.

Tatham is now agency sales manager, having worked with agencies throughout her time at Bluehat, as well as representing Bluehat Group in its American office, Catalyst Events USA.

O’Neill will be pioneering the agency's new business group, managing a team of three and dealing with all new briefs from potential clients.

Meanwhile, Dishington will continue to manage Bluehat Group’s key corporate accounts, working closely with key clients.  

Commercial director Ben Parkinson said: "Specialising Bluehat’s sales team into corporate, agency and new business teams allows us to build more sustainable relationships with our clients and assist with the different enquiries we receive from our range of clients."

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Bluehat launches four new teambuilding activities 

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