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Grayson’s new regional manager set to spearhead company growth in the South

Grayson, the multi-award-winning supplier of construction consumables, proudly announces the appointment of Katie Wills as the company’s new Regional Manager for the South. Katie brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her new role, having previously served as Major Accounts Manager at Cemfree.

In her new capacity, Katie will be based out of Grayson’s London office, positioned to oversee the company’s expansion efforts in the South East and South West. With an extensive background in construction, specialising in masonry facades, Katie is poised to make significant contributions to Grayson’s continued growth and success, complementing the skillsets of an already strong regional team.

Drawing from over 15 years of experience in the sector, Katie has earned a stellar reputation for her commercial nous as well as her remarkable track record of bringing cutting-edge products to market, with a focus on innovation, research, development, and product testing, working closely with manufacturers, architects, engineers and tier one main contractors.

Grayson’s Managing Director, Tony Higson, says: “We are thrilled to welcome Katie Wills as our new Regional Manager, further enhancing Grayson’s female representation within our team. Her sound commercial acumen, combined with her dedication to innovation, makes her the ideal leader to spearhead our efforts in this key region. With Katie at the helm, we are poised to further strengthen our position as the leading supplier of construction sundries in the UK, while continuing to deliver unparalleled value and service to our clients.”

New Regional Manager, Katie Wills, adds: “I am deeply honoured and excited to embark on this journey with such a reputable and forward-thinking company. Building lasting relationships based on trust, reliability, and exceptional service is paramount. Through continuous innovation, we can continue to position Grayson as the partner of choice for main contractors and masonry subcontractors across the region.”