Searchflow makes two senior appointments to spearhead market expansion

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6 October 2015


Searchflow200xConveyancing search provider, SearchFlow has appointed Stefanie van den Haak as commercial director and Maud Rousseau as group marketing and communications director.

SearchFlow, which is part of DMGT, will be expanding its product and service offering next year. Stefanie and Maud have been tasked to rebuild the brand and its commercial face to reflect SearchFlow’s targeted positioning in the market place.

Stefanie has over 20 years’ experience in high profile sales and business development roles in the legal sector where she has consistently driven change and achieved ambitious results.

A prominent director in the legal sector with a first degree in EU Corporate Law, Stefanie has worked at Lawtel (Centaur Media), and Thomson Reuters where she was responsible for bringing Westlaw, the primary online research services for lawyers, to market. She was also EMEA sales director at Cambridge University Press and most recently the commercial director at Veyo.

Maud joins SearchFlow as an award-winning marketing and communications expert; with 17 years’ experience creating and implementing corporate and consumer strategies for start-ups, property, legal, media and telecoms businesses.

After graduating with a Masters in strategic marketing & communications, Maud has fulfilled multiple senior corporate communications positions at Veyo, Rightmove.co.uk, Chime plc, FutureBrand and Dragon Rouge International, forging strong relationships in the UK and developing an extensive portfolio of contacts.

Greg Bryce, managing director of SearchFlow, comments: “We are delighted to have both Stefanie and Maud on board. They enter the business at a very exciting time as we look to expand within the UK market. Together they bring a vast amount of experience in the legal and property sectors and they will be instrumental in our future growth.”



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