Intonation Appoints Business Development Manager

Posted on 16 Mar 2017

At Intonation, we're pleased to announce the appointment of Teague Fullick as Business Development Manager at our Fareham office. Teague arrives at Intonation with a strong background in business development, most recently with five years at Tennyson, handling business development for their client Royal Mail.

Intonation Commercial Director, Dan Peachey, said, "We are delighted to welcome Teague on board.  It's been an exciting time for Intonation, culminating in our recent certification as the UK's  "Fastest Growing Language Service Provider" by the Association of Translation Companies, but with Teague at the helm of our ever expanding Business Development Team, I truly feel the best is yet to come. Teague's wealth of experience will be a great asset to the management team."

Teague will head up not only Business Development, but also the existing Client Relationship Team, whilst working closely with Intonation's Marketing and PR departments. He commented, "I'm excited to work with the team at Intonation. The role is a great challenge, but one that I look forward to getting my teeth into. I can't wait to get started, as well as getting out on the road and saying hello to clients both old and new. It's exciting to be part of a growing company like Intonation and I look forward to expanding our client base, as well as building on the existing strengths of a great sales team."


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