Moneypenny further bolsters its rapidly expanding legal account management team

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18 January 2018

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Rob Lawson, New Business Manager for Moneypenny

Moneypenny, the world’s leading provider of outsourced communications, has strengthened its legal account management team with the appointment of New Business Manager, Rob Lawson.

This latest appointment is in line with Moneypenny’s continued growth, having doubled its key account management team in 2017, and bolsters the company’s plans to further recruit across the North West this year.

Rob, from Manchester, joins with a wealth of commercial and legal experience. Rob has worked in the legal sector for over 15 years and was most recently Business Development Manager at Croftons Solicitors.

Claire Smith, Head of Business Development at Moneypenny, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Rob to our ever expanding team. Moneypenny has continued to experience substantial growth in the Live Chat and digital fields, further establishing itself as the world’s leading provider of telephone answering, outsourced switchboard, Live Chat and customer contact solutions. There are plenty of opportunities to help grow the business further and we are looking to appoint another New Business Manager within the legal sector in the very near future.”  

Rob Lawson adds: “I have joined the Moneypenny family having previously been a Moneypenny client so have had first-hand experience of the amazing work Moneypenny does. My role is to explore and maximise every opportunity to grow the business in the legal sector. I am really looking forward to getting to know the business better and am excited about my future with Moneypenny.”

Moneypenny answers around two million telephone calls and live chats for law firms of all shapes and sizes across the UK, either on an overflow or fully outsourced basis.

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