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A.C. Lighting Ltd. Announce Staff Appointments

12th March 2001

Continuing its pro-active recruitment campaign A.C. Lighting announces a number of new appointments.

The Northern Region sales office, located in Leeds, has been further expanded by the addition of Graham Bassett and Dave Hartley.

Graham, who takes up the position of Northern Region Sales Co-ordinator, is well known in the industry having spent 12 years with Lighting Technology in Manchester and Newcastle and played a lead role in developing business in the North.

Dave joins as Northern Region Sales Representative having progressed his career most recently with Lightfactor Sales and previously with Bose. Dave, with over 20 years industry knowledge and experience will make a major contribution to developing A.C. Lighting's business in the region.

Commenting on these new appointments, Jonathan Walters, Northern Region Sales Manager, stated, "I'm delighted to announce these new appointments to the expanding team in the A.C. Lighting Northern Office. We continue to invest in people as part of our on going commitment to providing a high quality service to the market in our region".

The Marketing Department based at the corporate offices in High Wycombe, Bucks has appointed Steve Dean to the newly created position of Marketing Manager. Steve joins from an extensive background in senior positions in management, marketing and sales within the data/telecomms industry. Prior to joining A.C. Lighting, Steve was the International Marketing Communications Manager for Trend Communications Ltd (High Wycombe, Bucks, UK) a world leader in the design and manufacture of test equipment for high-speed digital transmission systems. Since joining A.C., Steve has been subjected to a barrage of humorous comments from the more senior (in years) members of staff who recall his early exploits as a DJ of some repute. When pushed on the subject, Steve would only comment, "It was poptastic - did you hear me on Radio Luxembourg", to which the younger employees retorted - "er, what's Radio Luxembourg?".