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The latest news from iVendi and the industry

Kieron Grenney-Tabret has been appointed as iVendi’s first international projects manager

Mon, 23/07/2018

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Kieron Grenney-Tabret has been appointed as the first international projects manager at iVendi.

His role will include creating a project management framework to deliver the company’s products and services on an international basis, as well as enhancing and streamlining the customer onboarding process.

Kieron joins from dnata where he was a project manager for three years, delivering operational and system change projects.. Previously, he spent a decade at Virgin Media Business where he rose to become revenue operations manager.

He explained: “This is an exciting moment to arrive at iVendi. The company is now established as the UK market leader in online motor retail, and my job will be to help to attain the same level of recognition on an international basis.

“There are already several international projects underway, initially all in Europe, and I will be helping to create a robust infrastructure for their sales, delivery and ongoing account management.”

James Tew, CEO at iVendi, said: “We are increasingly working on an international basis, mainly in Europe, with a variety of motor retailers and lenders, helping them to create slick and successful online processes. Kieron’s appointment is very much part of us gearing up to meet the demands of that new and growing customer base.

“In many ways, the UK is at the cutting edge of online motor retail in Europe, and there is considerable potential for iVendi to expand our operations on an international basis in the coming years, we believe.”

iVendi Team

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