New Starters @ Wilmot-Budgen
New Sales Manager
Ana Stankovic Joined our sales team in November 2015 with a background in producing window and instore visual and graphic displays for fashion retailers. Ana has worked for a number of print companies specialising in large format digital printing, and her experience will be invaluable in helping clients benefit from Wilmot Budgen’s recent investment in digital technology.
Here are some of Ana’s thoughts as to what excites her about her new career with Wilmot Budgen: “It’s great to join a business that has organically grown over the years, at a sustainable pace whilst maintaining the beating heart of a family business. What makes Wilmot Budgen different is this unique cocktail of the creativity and capability needed to produce prestigious POS, balanced with a management culture that truly cares about their clients”.
Ana concluded by saying “I am excited about the growing large format production capabilities Wilmot Budgen are investing in and the new doors that this will open up for us as a company in the future”
New Junior Estimator
Klaudia Baranowska joined us in August 2015 as a junior estimator. This is Klaudia’s first job, following successfully completing a degree in Forensic Chemistry at Bristol University. As someone who has always enjoyed maths she has landed the perfect role as it combines her analytical skills with her passion for numbers. This what Klaudia had to say about her first few months at Wilmot-Budgen: “As I am new to this industry I am really happy that everyone here has made me feel welcome and encouraged me to ask questions, no matter how basic, making it a great learning environment”.
3D Structural Designer
The latest addition to our design team Tom Cushine-Palmer joined us in December 2015. Tom completed NVQ level 3 diploma in Digital Pre-Press for Print whilst working for his previous company Cardworks in Bracknell, specialising in digital artwork.
With a keen interest in sports especially rugby, Tom fits perfectly into the Wilmot Budgen culture although he might find conversations more geared around the round ball than the oval one to start with!