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Avtrade appoints new regional sales manager for Middle East and Africa

Posted 16 May 2016 · Add Comment

Avtrade has appointed Patrick Armstrong as regional sales manager based in Dubai.

His appointment into this new role comes in response to a growing demand for Avtrade’s products in the region. A degree educated professional with experience in Sales, Purchasing, Business Development and Key Account Management, Armstrong joined Avtrade in 2015 as a regional sales executive.  

With focus on the Middle East & Africa, Armstrong will be responsible for developing further business and customer relationships, increasing sales and revenue, as well as promoting Avtrade’s full range of services available to the aviation industry.

 

 

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