Ball & Doggett expands NSW branch; hires Johnathan Meads

Ball & Doggett has expanded its NSW branch with the appointment of Johnathan Meads as the new sign, display and digital sales executive for the region.

As the sales executive for the NSW branch, Meads will play a pivotal role in identifying new business opportunities, understanding customer needs, and tailoring solutions that meet the diverse demands of clients in the region.

According to Ball & Doggett, 2023 has been a busy and exciting period of growth for its sign, display and digital division and the hire comes as the business expands and bolsters the experience and resources available to support the growing sign, display and digital market.

With an extensive background in sales and a passion for delivering exceptional customer experiences, Ball & Doggett said Meads brings a wealth of industry knowledge and expertise to the business.

It added that having successfully navigated the dynamic landscape of the print and packaging industry, Meads is well-equipped to strengthen the company’s market presence.

“We are delighted to welcome Johnathan to our team, his knowledge and experience in this market made the perfect fit,” Ball & Doggett sign, display and digital general manager Rob Brussolo said.

“His proven track record of building strong client relationships and driving sales growth aligns perfectly with our commitment to providing the highest quality products and services to our customers in NSW.”

Meads’ strategic approach to sales and his deep understanding of market trends will further enhance Ball & Doggett’s ability to offer innovative solutions to customers across industries.

“I am excited to join the esteemed team at Ball & Doggett. I look forward to working collaboratively with the sales team and our valued clients to provide comprehensive wide format print media solutions that drive success for their businesses,” Meads said.

Ball & Doggett is also looking to hire two new essential packaging development managers for newly created roles in its essential packaging department.

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