Cherwell Laboratories, specialist suppliers of environmental monitoring and process validation solutions for the pharmaceutical and related industries, has appointed Emma Millburn as Director of Sales, which is a new leadership role within the business. The appointment supports Cherwell’s continued commitment to further grow and strengthen the business, whilst maintaining its traditional customer service focused values which have contributed to the Company’s ongoing success.
Formerly the National Sales Manager for a Human Tissue UK distributor, Emma brings a wealth of experience in strategic planning in a highly regulated environment. Emma will apply her skills in developing efficient sales processes to strengthen Cherwell’s Sales Team and enhance delivery of the best possible cleanroom microbiology solutions to meet the specific requirements of customers.
Andy Whittard, Managing Director of Cherwell, said: “To meet our future growth aspirations, we identified a need for strategic planning within our sales team and therefore created a new role of Director of Sales. This new role will focus on providing the necessary direction and objective setting to allow our business to meet our targets for growth by deepening our understanding of the future needs of our customers and the market. We are delighted to welcome Emma to the team and look forward to an exciting future.”
Emma comes from a highly successful customer support and sales background, having worked for both Blue-Chip companies and family run businesses. Commenting on her new role, Emma Millburn said, “I have developed a passion for creating high performing sales teams and processes. Having worked in many highly functioning teams in both the sales and sports medicine environment, I understand what success looks like in this area. I look forward to a long, productive future with Cherwell, leading the sales team to deliver ambitious growth plans by deepening customer relationships and continuing to support customers’ growing environmental monitoring and validation requirements.”