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Keeley Shepherd Joins ExaClair As Head Of Commercial Sales

Keeley Shepherd will be joining ExaClair in April as head of commercial sales. She will take over from Garry Wright, national account manager at Exacompta –  Clairefontaine’s UK subsidiary, Exaclair – who is moving to pastures new on 29 March.

Already a well-known and respected professional throughout the office products industry, Keeley brings over 20 years of experience with her, which includes time spent with VOW, Office Friendly and, most recently, 3M.

“We thank Garry for over eight years of excellent service and wish him well in his new endeavors,” stated ExaClair’s managing director Chris Exner. “It is now my pleasure to welcome Keeley to the team during this exciting period for the company as we continue to develop our presence across the commercial and educational sectors.”

Following the announcement, Keeley added, “I am thrilled to have accepted the position of head of commercial sales with ExaClair, working alongside Chris and his progressive team in King’s Lynn.  I now look forward to driving growth of our products, promoting their sustainable values and innovation across the various channels we operate within.”

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