MDL Marinas appoints new sales director
MDL Marinas has made a number of staff changes, including the appointment of a new sales and marketing director.
A member of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, Tim Mayer has a wealth of senior sales experience across the leisure industry, most recently at health and fitness chain, Everyone Active.
“I am delighted to be joining MDL Marinas and working in the marine side of the leisure industry,” said Tim. “I am looking forward to working alongside the marina teams to take MDL’s customer experience initiatives to a whole new level, creating a service which is second to none at each and every marina in the group.”
Marina management team changes
Marina management teams have also seen new arrivals. Lee Gibbons joined MDL as Thames Marina manager in August, John Harris has taken up the assistant manager role at Bray and Windsor Marinas and Barry Radband has been promoted to the position of marina manager at Shamrock Quay. “I am very excited to be leading the team at Shamrock Quay and driving the future success of the marina,” said Barry.
Long term MDL employee Joe Walton has also been promoted. Having started his career with MDL at its Penton Hook Marina in 1996, he moves from Boatyard Manager at Hamble Point to Marina Manager at Saxon Wharf. “I have gained a vast amount of experience during my time with MDL and look forward to putting it to good use to bring about positive changes onsite for the benefit of our berth holders and tenants,” he said.
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