Flogas doubles the size of its marketing team

Flogas Britain, one of the UK’s leading LPG suppliers, has doubled the size of its marketing team.

The appointments of Sarah Gilbrook as Head of Marketing, Dominic Cavan as Customer Marketing Manager, and Dan Cooper as Digital Marketing Manager, have bolstered the now seven-strong team – which spans Flogas’ leading LPG offering, as well as LNG (liquefied natural gas) and mains gas for businesses.

Headed by Gilbrook, the marketing team will report into Stacey Morgan, also a recent recruit, who has joined Flogas at board level as Sales & Marketing Director.

With more than 25 years’ sales and marketing experience, Morgan has been appointed to lead the strategic direction of the Flogas brand. He said: “Flogas has long been established as a major LPG supplier in England, Scotland and Wales, and the last few years have seen the company go from strength to strength – introducing innovative new services and products to help serve a huge variety of energy needs.

“Our strategic vision will accelerate the journey of the last few years, as we continue to strengthen our position in the energy market place, whilst ensuring that our customers, both commercial and domestic, are the central focus of everything we do.”

Flogas has also welcomed graduate trainee Alex Cattle, on a year-long marketing placement. He joins Sarah, Dominic and Dan, as well as Customer Marketing Managers Reena Mistry and Harriet Woodman, and Marketing Support Manager Jo-Anne Cluer in the new Flogas marketing team.

Commenting on the appointments, Flogas Managing Director, Lee Gannon added: “Whether we’re powering heating, hot water, cooking, industrial, logistics or manufacturing processes, our marketing is central to our customers’ experience, so it was important we built the team to ensure we continually exceed their expectations. I’m looking forward to watching the team develop as we continue to lead our field.”

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