Jeremy Meader has resigned as managing director of Numark after five years on the job, and having lead the wider PHOENIX group’s sales and marketing teams for about eight years.
A press release issued on Wednesday (February 1) said Mr Meader “has decided to leave the business to pursue his career outside of the PHOENIX group”, the owner of Numark.
It said: “PHOENIX thanks Jeremy for his commitment and dedication over the years and wishes him all the best for his professional and private future.”
Previous to joining PHOENIX, Mr Meader was head of sales at Alliance Healthcare, a role he took up in 2012 after serving GSK’s Consumer Healthcare division for over 13 years in various capacity.
Pignone joins PHOENIX UK as sales director
A former commercial director at Alliance Healthcare, John Pignone on Wednesday (February 1) joined PHOENIX UK as sales director. He said: “I am really excited to be joining the PHOENIX UK team at a time when the business is growing and despite all the challenges in the market continues to outpace the competition. I am looking forward to being part of the team during the next stage of implementing the business’ profitable growth strategy.”
One of Europe’s largest, integrated pharmaceutical providers, PHOENIX Group offering wholesale, retail and pharma services and owns Numark and Rowlands Pharmacy in the UK.