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Published on January 7th, 2014 | by The GC Team

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Management changes at Midwich

Midwich has undergone a number of management changes at the start of 2014, which sees Darren Lewitt, who has led the AV business for many years, passing day-to-day responsibility for vendor relations to Stuart Mizon and Lee Baker, both of whom become Divisional Directors.

Lewitt will continue to work on a part-time basis with the business in the new role of Group Development Director, identifying and developing new technology areas.

After 31 years’ service, Alex Ward, Commercial Director, is to step back from full time responsibilities within the business. Tracey Perkins, formerly Group Credit Service Manager has now become Director of Operations, taking over responsibility for operations, customer services, logistics, returns and insurance in addition to her management of the credit function.

Jonny Francis will head the vendor sales specialist teams – covering all technologies and divisions within the business. Stuart Mizon will assume business management responsibilities for the print and imaging division in addition to his current areas of projection and security. Lee Baker will continue to manage the key display and consumer divisions of Midwich but with growing involvement in the development of new business areas.

Tom Sumner takes on the role of Director of European Business. He will have line management responsibility for the French division Sidev, for the development of Midwich divisions elsewhere in Europe and for all European warehousing, including the UK.

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