TDSi names Lorena Gottlieb as New Business Executive

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TDSi has confirmed the appointment of Lorena Gottlieb as the company’s New Business Executive.

According to the integrated access control manufacturer, Gottlieb will play a key role in its market expansion, both in the UK and internationally.

TDSi’s New Business Executive

As New Business Executive, Gottlieb will be supporting new customers and the sales team.

Subsequently, she will ensure that TDSi’s systems are matched to real world applications and needs.  

Gottlieb has extensive experience in both B2B and B2C customer service, sales, event organising and corporate accounts management.

“We are delighted to welcome Lorena to the TDSi team,” commented Alex Rumsey, Sales Director, TDSi.

“With an impressive track record of experience and the right skills to take on the New Business role, she has joined us at the perfect time to help power our expansion.

“With markets steadily growing and demands for the right integrated security systems being particularly high, our New Business team will be reaching out to new customers and generating the leads we need to continue growing our business around the globe.”

“An exciting opportunity”

Reflecting upon her suitability for the new role at TDSi, Gottlieb added: “I come from a background of both customer service and sales, working within the telecommunications industry and the wellbeing industry.

“I have successfully maintained corporate relationships with a large customer base, achieved sales targets whilst developing exceptional customer service skills.

“I was immediately drawn to this role because of the diverse nature of the position, encompassing both customer service and sales.

“As a new role it presents an exciting opportunity for growth and development, not only for the business, but also for me.

TDSi’s impressive 40 years in the market also caught my attention and joining a well-established company within this industry allows me to contribute to its continued growth.”

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