Brother UK has appointed a new leadership team that will shape its future strategy and help it transition into providing services and solutions.
The team is made up of four non-statutory directors who have been promoted from within the business and will report to managing director Phil Jones.
Louise Marshall will take the role of Infrastructure and Shared Services Director, responsible for people, shared services, culture and environment joining up all elements of employee engagement across the business.
Dave Peters has been appointed as Development & Strategy Director, responsible for innovation, future planning and rapid new category growth, while Keith Howe will take on the role of Supply Chain & Service Director, driving operational excellence across logistics and customer service.
Andy Forsyth, who has led Brother UK’s sales and marketing function for the past three years, will take the position of Sales and Marketing Director building on his extensive sector experience.
Phil Jones, Managing Director at Brother UK, said: “This new structure signals the four major functions designed to support the business as we expand our offer to include solutions and services across our portfolio.
“We recognise that the future success of our business is very much down to the quality of talent we attract and retain, plus our relevancy with customers.
“Our recent listing as one of The Sunday Times Best Companies to Work For demonstrated our commitment to the community of people that make up our organisation, and our continual review of the what, why and who will keep us relevant, up to date and in a state of readiness for the changing landscape of the workplace.”