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Buildstore appoints new head of marketing

Self build specialist Buildstore has appointed Michelle Sim as its new head of marketing to boost its marketing, exhibition and communications team.

Sim, 29, is a graduate in communications and has worked in marketing in financial services, travel and tourism.

Director of marketing and product development John Hay says: “We are delighted to welcome Michelle to Buildstore. Her wide range of experience and marketing skills will be important in helping drive forward Buildstore&#39s strategic plan.”

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