Pellacraft appoints four new team members

Top L-R: Sam Critchlow, Martin Aspley. Bottom L-R: Stacey Tebbett, Ella Ferrer.

It has been a busy six months for business gifts and promotional merchandise specialists, Pellacraft who, due to an increase in sales order enquiries has appointed four new team members. The new roles are across the business and will strengthen all departments.

Beginning in sales, Stacey Tebbett has joined as an internal sales representative. The graphics and production team has been boosted following the appointment of Martin Aspley. Sam Critchlow joins as a digital marketing assistant to further improve Pellacraft’s website and on-line presence, and finally, Ella Ferrer has joined as a business administration apprentice.

Pellacraft now employs, 33 people, many of whom live within a ten mile radius of the company, which is based on Hermitage Way in Mansfield.

Commenting on the new appointments, Sam Pella, Director said, “We are a family business and very committed to helping create employment opportunities for our local area. This ethos fits in with our company values of giving something back to the community.

“We are delighted with the growth that Pellacraft is enjoying and really look forward to developing the skills that Stacey, Martin, Sam and Ella will bring to the business. By expanding the team to deal with our increase in orders, we can continue to ensure we deliver a high level of customer service and support our customers with a graphics and design service.”

Prior to joining Pellacraft, Stacey worked for Nationwide Building Society in a customer service role. Martin managed the photo archives for EMPICS Sports Photo Agency and The Press Association, and Sam, who is a certified Google Partner has five-years’ experience in diverse marketing roles working across a range of industries and sectors.

As an apprentice, Ella has joined from The Joseph Whitaker School, but having worked at part time waitressing and at ToysRus, preferred to gain practical workplace experience rather than stay at school in sixth form.