UK-headquartered bunkering firm KPI Bridge Oil Tuesday promoted Alysha Chambers to Group Marketing Manager.
Chambers joined KPI Bridge Oil two years ago from a UK healthcare manufacturer where she was responsible for the company’s B2B and B2C marketing activities.
She has an MA degree from Kingston University, London in Marketing Communications & Advertising and a BA degree from Saint Leo University, USA in Communication Management.
According to the firm, Chambers has been instrumental in strengthening brand identity, implementing various new initiatives and coordinating marketing activities across the Group’s nine offices.
She has also managed the production of the company’s latest corporate video and has staged a number of key events.
“We’ve recently seen opportunities open up in various areas and to ensure that we are well positioned to take advantage of these, we need to strengthen our marketing function,” states Søren Høll, Group CEO.
“We have expanded most of our trading teams over the past 6-12 months and the increased activity naturally leads us to also evaluate our support functions.
“Adding value to our relationships with key business partners and ensuring that we remain a preferred place to work in the industry are key to our future success.
“I’m pleased that Alysha has accepted this challenge and am sure that she’ll continue to support our business across the world and reinforce our brand.
“In her relatively short time with KPI Bridge Oil, Alysha has proven her aptitude for creative campaign strategies, project management and finding innovative new ways to engage with our stakeholders.”
Chambers replied: “I am extremely happy with this incredible opportunity and I am proud to work for this great company. I look forward to the new challenges and to expanding my role within this exciting industry.”
Contact details for Alysha Chambers are as follows:
Group Marketing Manager
7th Floor, 108 Cannon Street
London, EC4N 6EU
Mobile: +44 78 0286 5873
Photo credit: KPI Bridge Oil
Published: 17 May, 2018
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