Wednesday, May 29, 2024

AnchorCert Appoints New Sales Director

Steve Hamon, The Assay Office Birmingham. Photo by Martin Neeves Photography

AnchorCert Group, including Assay Office Birmingham, is pleased to confirm that it has appointed new Sales Director, Steve Hamon.

Steve has more than 17 years’ experience as a senior sales and business development professional, including more than 4 years’ leading the UK and Eire Product Division for global testing laboratory Intertek and more than 5 years’ managing the BSI (British Standards Institution) Engineering, Testing and Kitemark divisions.

Steve was officially appointed in December 2017 and has been working closely with the senior management and executive team to understand the complexities of the jewellery industry, as well as familiarise himself with AnchorCert Group’s divisions and services.

Doug Henry, CEO & Assay Master

Chief Executive and Assay Master Doug Henry added: “We are really pleased to welcome Steve into our team and we know that the trade will welcome him as warmly too.

It’s a great industry to work in as I have discovered myself, so I am sure Steve will find it as rewarding as I do.

Steve’s experience within the testing and certification sectors will be a valuable asset for AnchorCert Group. We have some exciting new products in the pipeline and Steve will be integral in delivery of these, as well as continuing the growth of our core businesses.”

Exterior shot of the AnchorCert Group/Assay Office Birmingham building.

Commenting on his appointment, new Sales Director Steve Hamon said: “I’m very pleased to be joining the AnchorCert Group at such an exciting juncture for the business.

I am keen to add value to the business through the benefit of my expertise and experience, especially within the laboratory testing sector. I am also very much looking forward to getting out and meeting the jewellery trade, both in Birmingham and across the UK.”

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