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Sales manager is most sought after role for job seekers - Pet Gazette

Recruitment expert, Lynda Ward, has revealed the role of greatest interest to the pet sector's job seekers.
The founder of recruiting specialist Pet Trade Solutions has found that sales manager is the most popular position. She says: "Increasingly when sales people are dissatisfied with their current role or employer they either want to move up the ladder or, in some cases, down the ladder! Lynda can be contacted at lyndaward@pettradesolutions.com.


Sara Cork, Author at Pet Gazette - Page 3 of 113

Lynda Ward, owner of Pet Trade Solutions, the pet industry's dedicated recruitment specialists, is celebrating 35 years in the trade and says its gone 'topsy turvy'.
She explained, "In the early 1980's the UK's traditional supply chain could be described as a pyramid shape with a relatively small number of ...


Pet specialist marks 35 years in 'topsy turvy' trade - Pet Gazette

Lynda Ward, owner of Pet Trade Solutions, the pet industry's dedicated recruitment specialists, is celebrating 35 years in the trade and says its gone 'topsy turvy'.
She explained, "In the early 1980's the UK's traditional supply chain could be described as a pyramid shape with a relatively small number of manufacturers or their agents at the top supplying a large number of medium and small sized wholesalers in the middle who in turn supplied a very large number of small independent retailers and a few small chains at the base of the pyramid. Lynda advises on aspects of recruitment and marketing strategy and can be contacted on 07946 743784 or at lyndaward@pettradesolutions.com.


Sara Cork, Author at Pet Gazette - Page 20 of 113

Recruitment expert, Lynda Ward, has revealed the role of greatest interest to the pet sector's job seekers.
The founder of recruiting specialist Pet Trade Solutions has found that sales manager is the most popular position. She says: "Increasingly when sales people are dissatisfied with their current role or employer they either ...


Pet specialist marks 35 years in 'topsy turvy' trade - Pet Business Insurance

Lynda Ward, owner of Pet Trade Solutions, the pet industry's dedicated recruitment specialists, is celebrating 35 years in the trade and says its gone 'topsy turvy'.
She explained, "In the early 1980's the UK's traditional supply chain could be described as a pyramid shape with a relatively small number of manufacturers or their agents at the top supplying a large number of medium and small sized wholesalers in the middle who in turn supplied a very large number of small independent retailers and a few small chains at the base of the pyramid. "Gradually, but with increased impetus over the last 15 years, the pyramid has turned upside down, with a much smaller number of independent retailers plus large chains at the peak, supplied in part by fewer but bigger wholesalers, and in part and increasingly direct, by a wide base of manufacturers or their agents. "Added to this probably the biggest change has been the rapid growth in online retailing direct to the public which has completely skewed the picture and been a major challenge to manufacturers, suppliers and retailers alike - everyone trying to take advantage of the opportunities whilst keeping all their customers happy." She continued: " Is it for the better or for worse? Opinions are varied but no matter the changes we are all happy and grateful to still be enjoying the trade and to have made so many genuine friends and acquaintances along the way." Lynda advises on aspects of recruitment and marketing strategy and can be contacted on 07946 743784 or at lyndaward@pettradesolutions.com.


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