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Rob, Regional Account Manager

20 Mar

I’m a Regional Account Manager for CCF.

I’ve got quite a bit of experience in the industry: I previously worked for Knauf Drywall for twelve years before moving to CCF. Here, I really enjoy my relationships with my customer and colleagues, as well as being able to work on prestigious projects. For me, a good day would consist of positive, proactive opportunities being worked on and secured, to help CCF grow.

I like the ‘family’ feel that this business has: it feels like everybody is always working towards the same goal. You feel happy working for Travis Perkins Group: people working here feel like they’re a part of something that is recognised, and that you’re proud to be a part of.





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