ETSOS gearing up for growth

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24 February 2014


Conveyancing search specialist ETSOS has announced a further expansion of its sales team with the appointment of not one, but two new business development managers as it looks to capitalise on the business’s success in 2013.

Sue Lawrence joins to focus on law firms across the Midlands, South and South West, while Julia Kilby will be covering East Anglia.  The two unite forces with Sharon Kelly who joined in a similar role last autumn and covers the South East with further recruitment in the pipeline.

Sales and Marketing Director Paul Coombes is anticipating a busy year ahead: “With our own client growth, expanding portfolio and an improving market we need to get increased sales resource in place and we’re seeing the steady fruition of efforts that started last summer.

We’re determined to establish ETSOS as the leading provider of compliance-based search and support services to conveyancers across the country and that requires a continued commitment to business development and account management where 2013 saw a 97.77% client retention rate. Sue, Julia and Sharon will give us a dedicated presence in key territories for the first time, boosting not just sales potential but client relationships too.”

Sharon, Sue and Julia are all directly contactable by email:

Sharon Kelly: skelly@etsos.co.uk
Sue Lawrence: slawrence@etsos.co.uk
Julia Kilby: jkilby@etsos.co.uk



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