Actisense expands its team with three new members of staff
Market-leading marine electronics company Actisense is adding to the talents of its expanding team with three new employees.
Office PA and Administrator Sammi brings a wealth of HR experience to her new role which involves, among other things, ensuring that all the Actisense team are well looked after at home and away. And as the Mental Health First Aider, she is also trained to offer mental health support to anyone who might need it.
Another new addition is Monika Maluskova, who in her Sales Support role is making sure all orders are processed and dispatched on time, and generally taking care of Actisense customers with great attention and diligence.
While Robin Richards, who has extensive experience in software development in the retail and digital industries will be transferring his expertise to the marine sector as Actisense’s new Software Project Manager. Key to his role, Robin will assist Head of Engineering, Grant Bradley, in streamlining the line management and build of Actisense’s innovative products.
The new hires reflect the continuing expansion of the Poole-based company, which serves both the leisure and commercial marine markets across the globe.
Actisense grew by over 32% in 2018 alone and has expanded its extensive international network to more than 70 distributors across 44 countries, stretching from Norway to New Zealand, Canada to Korea and all of mainland Europe.
As part of its global business development plans, 2019 will see Actisense exploring new markets around the world in areas such as Africa and South East Asia, as well as targeting new sectors, including the automotive, industrial automation and agricultural vehicle markets.
Welcoming the new team members, Phil Whitehurst, CEO of Actisense said: “I am delighted to welcome Sammi, Monika and Robin to the company. Their contributions are already making a big difference to the Actisense team, and we are delighted to have them on board.
“Our growing team is a reflection of our growing reach, and we are excited to start 2019 with three new members of staff who, I have no doubt, will play an important part in helping Actisense achieve its ambitions in the years ahead.”
For more information about Actisense, visit www.actisense.com.
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