TM Group welcome Julia Scott to sales team

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4 August 2015


TMGroup200TM Group have today announced the appointment of experienced industry professional Julia Scott, who will serve as key account manager for the North of England.

With more than 15 years’ experience in the conveyancing market, Julia brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to the business and is looking forward to working closely with our existing portfolio of clients to bring them market-leading online property and conveyancing solutions.

Commenting on what attracted her to TM Group, Julia said:

“Whilst working at other companies in the industry I was aware of how ahead of the curve TM Group are; they have always been first to market with new and useful services and I look forward to playing a big part in bringing these innovations to conveyancers.”

Speaking about Julia’s appointment, TM Group sales director Carole Marsden said:

“I’m delighted to attract such a talent as Julia and welcome her to the team. We can’t wait for her to get started as her vast experience in this sector and proven track record of dedication to customer service will ensure that she is a real asset to TM and her clients.

Julia joins us at an exciting time for the business as we look to release new products and services in both the residential and commercial real estate market.”

To discover how TM Group can work best with you, please call Julia on 07483 425550 or email Julia.scott@tmgroup.co.uk

 



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