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Novia poaches Selestia sales manager

Novia has poached Selestia national sales manager Paul Boston to be its director of sales.

Boston will be responsible for managing the sales force for the wrap provider, which is set to launch its proposition this autumn.

Novia has also appointed Chris French as regional sales manager for the North.

Novia chief executive officer Bill Vasilieff says: “Paul and Chris bring a tremendous wealth of experience to our team, with a strong customer focus and a deep knowledge of the IFA community and wrap market, they are well positioned to help Novia deliver on our vision of being the leading wrap provider in the UK.”

He adds: “The appointment of Paul completes the formation of the executive management team, with only a small number of vacancies remaining within the expanding sales team.”

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