Worktop manufacturer Caesarstone has appointed Gail Rees as marketing manager, overseeing advertising, PR, social media channels and event management.
She has 10 years of experience across multiple sectors such as retail, tourism and hospital, in both B2B and B2C marketing, bringing a strong skillset to Caesarstone
Gail Rees joins the company from Service Management Group, an experience management agency, where she worked as an account manager with a number of well-known brands to analyse customer and employee experience data.
There she would provide insights on improving customer and employee experience across online and offline channels.
Prior to that, Rees worked as marketing manager for London Designer Outlet where she managed marketing campaigns, events, advertising and PR and helped achieve 22 consecutive quarters of growth.
Speaking about her appointment, Gail Rees commented: “I’m delighted to be joining the Caesarstone team and I’m looking forward to applying my prior knowledge to this new position.
“I’m incredibly passionate about the home renovation and KBB market and it’s a really exciting time to be joining Caesarstone.
“Earlier this year Caesarstone launched the Whitelight collection, as well as its first range of Outdoor Surfaces and 2022 looks set to be a fantastic year with new launches and a multitude of interesting projects to get involved with.
“In addition to this, following the recent release of the first Caesarstone ESG report, I’m thrilled to be working for a company taking such positive steps towards changing the worktop industry for the better.”
VP Marketing for Caesarstone UK & EMEA Jonathan Stanley added: “Despite the global pandemic, the last two years have proven to be incredibly strong period of growth for Caesarstone UK, requiring us to grow our team with more talented individuals.
“We’re delighted to welcome Gail into the Caesarstone family. Her background in marketing makes her a hugely valuable asset for the team, building on the success of our existing PR, marketing and social media presence.”