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Cygnia signal growth strategy with new appointments

Cygnia Maintenance, the retail industry’s largest provider of sign maintenance, sign repairs and image protection services have appointed Jeremy Barwick as Sales & Marketing Director and Jason Robson as Business Development Manager.

Barwick has over 20 years experience working in the B2B services industry, including time at ADT Fire and Security, Iron Mountain and Babcock International. Robson’s background is in large format printing and exhibition and events.

Barwick said, “I am delighted to be joining the market leader. Cygnia has a superb reputation and an enviable list of national clients, many of whom they have been working with for many years. I am looking forward to helping to introduce the increasing range of services the company provides to new and existing clients within retail and beyond.”

Phil Sharman, MD and founder of Cygnia commented, “We are delighted to welcome Jeremy and Jason on board. It has taken us some time to find people with their skills and experience and we are excited by what both can bring to Cygnia’s plans for growth.”

Background:
Cygnia Maintenance provide commercial sign cleaning, sign repairs and ongoing sign maintenance to the UKs leading retailers. Cygnia also provide window maintenance services including install, repair and replacement of window vinyls. Other specialised services include bird netting and spikes, high voltage testing, signage safety inspections, abseil services, graffiti removal and banner installation and exchanges.

Cygnia have a reputation for excellence employing a national network of 30 highly skilled, two-man maintenance engineering teams to service over 50,000 retail and commercial premises. They provide round-the-clock help desk support and a commitment to delivering the highest levels of customer service.

For more information visit www.cygniamaintenance.com or call 01843 862 944.

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