Posted on 15th March 2017
Kingston Smith supports growth plans with Head of Sales appointment
Kingston Smith LLP, the top 20 firm of chartered accountants and business advisers with an office in Redhill, is pleased to announce the appointment of Francis Mainoo as Head of Sales.
A highly-skilled UK & International Sales and Business Developer, Francis has nearly two decades of experience in financial and professional services. His expertise includes delivering successful campaigns to multinationals, SMEs and Private Equity-backed businesses.
Paul Samrah, partner at Kingston Smith’s Redhill office, comments: “We are delighted to welcome Francis to Kingston Smith in this newly-created role. He brings with him a wealth of experience in engaging new businesses and building strategic relationships which will be invaluable as we continue to deliver on our growth plans in the South East.”
Francis adds: “It’s a really exciting time to join Kingston Smith. The firm is going from strength to strength and I’m looking forward to identifying and building on new opportunities in the Surrey and Sussex area for it to grow even further.”
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