Name :Trevor Campbell Company : Fenix solutions Position : Area account manager Role :In his new role with Fenix, Trevor will have responsibility for developing and expanding the firm’s customer base, in line with company strategy Track record : Trevor joins Fenix Solutions with many years experience in the telecoms and business equipment arenas
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