G3 Remarketing has increased staff levels in every department as it targets ambitious growth before the end of the year.
The independent car auction firm recruited Roger Evans (pictured) as sales and marketing director, joining existing directors Amanda Holtby and Matt Dale, as the company targets 20% expansion by the end of 2018.
With more than 25 years of experience in the motor industry, Evans brings a wealth of knowledge from management positions at HPI, BCA, The AA, Avis and Europcar.
In the sales team, business development manager Michael Lowe joins alongside Jack Hobson as business development co-ordinator. They will target the fleet and finance house markets with new product and service propositions, whilst building on vendor relationships.
Gareth Jones is appointed as digital marketing manager. He has previously worked for one of the UK’s biggest digital marketing agencies. Some of his responsibilities will involve updating customers on forthcoming sales, improving the G3 brand within the industry and building upon buyers’ experience with G3.
In addition to the business development goals, the firm has sought to further boost the customer support functions with two new account managers Kerry Scott and Leanne Briggs.
Karl Clews and Sophie Johnson have joined to enhance G3’s front-of-house, with the primary aim of ensuring the smooth running of every single auction and capturing all of the details for vehicles to be sold.
Finally, James Fellows has joined the G3 finance team to ensure the fastest payments to all of its vendors and suppliers.
Commenting on the new hires, Dale said: “We aim to be at the forefront of the fast-moving motor industry, so we are constantly thinking of new innovations and ways to ensure we retain that edge.
“We have a 93% customer retention rate, but that doesn’t mean we don’t look at ways to improve the experience. Collectively these new team members will help us to retain our high standards, develop our relationships with vendors and buyers, and really drive business growth through the remainder of 2018 and beyond.”