Sunday, July 12, 2020

CCM restructures for future growth

Print and creative design agency CCM has created a new management structure and is kicking off 2020 by welcoming four new employees in brand new roles to reach future growth plans. CCM, based in Mansfield, is looking to double the size of the business over the next three years.

Trent Peek has been appointed Managing Director. Trent’s new role will allow him to focus on the company’s growth strategy, whilst the new management team can focus on their dedicated areas of creative design, sales, accounts and marketing.

Trent explains: “It’s a really exciting time for the business and 2020 already sees us welcome four new team members in completely new job roles.

“Our newly appointed Sales Manager, Tina Brown, will be dedicated to organising and orchestrating our sales strategy for the coming year, supporting the team of four sales people.

“Our new Marketing Manager, Katie Anderson, will focus on CCM’s marketing strategy as well as providing marketing services to customers.

“Finally, Business Development Manager, Sam Collin, starts on February 3rd as Head of Business Development and will focus on expanding our growing client base. We are also on the lookout for a Social Media and PR Executive to support our marketing function and service offering to customers.

“After the company buyout last year, it is almost like the stars have aligned. Our current team of staff are the best we have ever had and capable of great things. That alongside our large investment into technology driven automation, we are growing our market share at a rapid rate and 2019/20 set to be our biggest year ever. We’ve seen a 25% increase in gross profit this year and I don’t see why this, at the very least, can’t continue.”

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