Leading uPVC and aluminium trade fabricator Warwick North West has appointed a new Executive Marketing Assistant in order to boost business growth.
Liverpool Hope University graduate Emily Hill joins the Bootle-based company with a degree in Business Management, and has taken on the role of collaborating with the sales, marketing and product development teams, as well as liaising with external stakeholders.
“What drew me to Warwick North West was not just a commitment to product quality and customer service, but a unique commitment to giving back to the local community through partnerships with workforce development organisations and charity initiatives,” Emily said.
“The team at Warwick has made me feel so welcome, and I very much look forward to getting involved in different aspects of the business, ensuring increased visibility of the Warwick brand, as well as contributing to its overall continued growth.”
Warwick North West manufactures and supplies hundreds of customers across the retail, commercial and new build markets with high quality products, including a wide range of windows, sliding patio doors, bi-fold doors and composite entrance doors.
As a strategic partner of the Liverpool Chamber of Commerce, the company has a commitment to job creation in the local area, having partnered with Nobody Left Behind, an organisation that provides industry-specific training to young people, and Inside Connections, a community interest company committed to supporting prison leavers and young people at risk of offending.
Warwick has also partnered with children’s charity Ykids and Alder Hey Children’s Charity in an effort to help better the lives of vulnerable children.
Director Greg Johnson comments: “We are thrilled to have Emily join our team as Executive Marketing Assistant. Her qualifications combined with her enthusiasm make her an excellent fit for our company. We are confident that she will contribute greatly to our marketing efforts and help boost overall business growth.”