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Senior appointment at Hermes

Senior appointment at Hermes

Hermes, the consumer delivery specialist, has appointed a senior director to continue the next phase of its growth within the UK and broader international markets.

Mark Pettit joins as sales & marketing director with a remit to build on the recent success of the business and deliver value added propositions to both new and existing customers.

Mark joins Hermes from Regus Group, where he held the position of global business and product director. Prior to that he held global Board positions at Xerox Global Services (Europe) and Xerox
Developing Market Operations, covering MEA, India and Latin America. During his tenure at Xerox, Mark worked and resided in many cities across the world, including Delhi, where he spent four years building successful relationships with key clients and distributors, as well as creating additional services and sales channels.
Commenting on his appointment, Mark said: “Hermes has a strong multi-channel offering that means the company is well placed to take advantage of the opportunities presented by the continuing growth in online shopping. I’m looking forward to building on the excellent work carried out by the company over the last few years in order to further cement its position as a market leader.”
Carole Woodhead, CEO of Hermes, said: “As end customers are now demanding a far greater choice of products and services through different channels, Mark’s expertise will be instrumental in driving and implementing our multi-million pound investments in these areas. He will provide a wealth of experience and will be a real asset to the business.”

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