SES Business Water seeks to boost broker relationships
SES Business Water has appointed Filippo Bellavia as head of third party sales, to “maximise its engagement” with industry brokers and customers ahead of water market opening in April.
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Bellavia will take responsibility for maintaining the company’s existing relationships with brokers, strategic brokers and third party intermediaries, as well as forging new relationships.
By creating solid relationships with brokers and TPIs, SES Business Water (SESBW) believes it can provide the best possible solutions for its private and public sector customers and help to drive engagement in the new, open water market.
SES Business Water sales director Bill Clarke said: “We are delighted to welcome Filippo to the team. Third party intermediaries have built solid relationships with their business customers and will be crucial to encouraging more organisations to take advantage of the open water market.
“When the water market opens in April, we want to ensure that we have the expertise to exceed the expectations of our customer base as it grows – taking on new appointments like Filippo is just one of the ways that we’ll be doing this.”
Bellavia was previously broker sales manager at Water Plus. Prior to that, he worked as gas and electricity corporate business manager at British Gas.
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