Hull based refreshment services provider, StaintonWard, have appointed a business development executive to complement their sales team and help meet demand in the Humber region for their range of products and services with support from The Vending Intelligence Agency.
Antonio Tombanane has a number of years experience as an account handler and sales executive with Blue Chip companies in the region and joined StaintonWard in August. His role now is to promote the hot beverage, and chilled product vending services across East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, adding to the existing customer base already benefitting from the services of StaintonWard.
StaintonWard, a family owned business, have been growing steadily for over 10 years across the Humber region. The range of services includes drinks & snacks vending equipment for commercial premises such as offices and factories. In addition they are specialists in traditional espresso and cutting edge automatic espresso coffee dispensers meeting a growing demand in the workplace as well as the high street.
Andy Lawrence, Director and owner, is delighted with the appointment. “Antonio brings experience and local knowledge with him and has a professional, client orientated personality which we believe is perfect for our business and the products we offer”.
Picturedalongside Antonio, centre, and Andy on the right is Phil Millard of The Vending Intelligence Agency who are a key part of StaintonWard’s commitment to continual staff development and are providing specific industry support ensuring a seamless transition into the vending market place. The Vending Intelligence Agency helped in the recruitment and selection process and Antonio is part of the Vending Sales Academy programme which covers every aspect of professional sales skills.
Phil Millard from the Vending Intelligence Agency is impressed with StaintonWard’s commitment to staff training and development: “This attitude is reflected in the excellent standard of customer service which is some of the best I have seen in the coffee market.”