QMS Promotes Four In The Sales Department

QMS Promotes Four In The Sales Department
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QMS continues to expand its customer focused team with the promotion of key senior sales executives as the digital-by-design business looks to extend its market growth and leadership in Australia’s digital out of home industry.

The continued growth and momentum of QMS’ nationally will see Stephen Londish (pictured, left) promoted to group business director in Sydney and both Patrick Healey (pictured, centre left) and Aidan Price (pictured, right) promoted to group sales managers in Melbourne and Brisbane to lead key agency groups within their respective markets.

The sales team will be further bolstered with Tara O’Keefe (pictured, centre right) moving into the newly created position of sales operations director. In her new national role, Tara will lead the integrated sales and delivery processes and ensure QMS’ customer centric approach continues to be at the forefront.

QMS chief revenue officer, Alex Kerley said these key promotions will further enhance QMS’ market presence and exceptional customer service levels that continue to lead the market.

“I’m proud to see the dedicated investment we have made in our people’s ongoing development to provide growth opportunities that reward their hard work. Not only do we have tremendous talent within the business, but the respect Steve, Patty, Aidan and Tara have among their media agencies is testament to their ongoing commitment to always putting their clients front and centre each and every day.”

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