Name: Joanne Elliott. Company: Royal Mail. Position: Commercial manager. Role: Joanne’s job will be to ensure that Royal Mail can grow to meet the changing needs and demands of customers in an increasingly competitive market. Track record: Joanne joins Royal Mail from Trinity Mirror. She brings extensive commercial experience and a background in change management at a UK-wide level.
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