The distributor has three new staff announcements for Lauren Smith, Tom Little and Jeanette Suter.
Smith joins Moore Large in the role of brand manager for the Barracuda, Freespirit and Bumper brands in a newly created position.
The firm tells BikeBiz that the position was created to facilitate the long-term growth of its house bicycle brands, strengthening their image, awareness and profitability.
Smith’s role encompasses all areas of product development, sales and marketing. Smith’s previous position, held for two years was cycle coach for Cycle Derby, where her main focus was to get more kids cycling to school, more often. Smith has also been racing BMX for 14 years, competing at national and world level, whilst managing Derby BMX club on a voluntary basis. Smith can be contacted on 07971 991644 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Little, meanwhile, joins as cycle area sales manager, working throughout the Midlands, where he will be responsible for the sales of cycles to IBDs.
Little is from a family of road and track cyclists and started road racing aged 14 and is still a keen cyclist, currently racing 2nd category for Lutterworth Cycle Centre. He started work in the leisure industry ten years ago, after gaining a degree in Leisure Management. He then moved to Next where he was the 2003 winner of its Exceptional Service Award, judged out of all Next staff nationwide. Between Next and his new role he held two sales positions, one of which was in the leisure industry.
Little can be contacted on 07971 991639 or email@example.com.
Finally, after two decades with Moore Large Jeanette Suter has become cycle sales manager.
Suter’s previous roles have seen her work in the customer services department, and later in the telesales team. Her hard work led to promotion as telesales team leader from which she received a further promotion to sales office manager.
Suter’s new role sees her take on responsibility for managing all cycle sales business through IBDs and co-ordinating of internal and field-based cycle sales teams.
Suter can be contacted on 01332 274221/07971 549184 or firstname.lastname@example.org