Nuaire Promotes Andy Mudie to Marketing & Business Operations Director

Andy Mudie is the Marketing & Business Operations Director at Nuaire.

Ventilation manufacturer Nuaire is pleased to announce the promotion of Andy Mudie to the new post of Marketing & Business Operations Director.

2018 sees Andy celebrating a decade at Nuaire, having joined the company in 2008 as Marketing Manager. He has worked at both Marketing and Business Development Director levels at Nuaire since 2014 and sees the amalgamation of these the two roles as providing an opportunity for him to focus on all aspects of customer facing services.

A fully qualified chartered engineer and marketer, Andy has always worked in B2B engineering organisations, joining Nuaire from fluid engineering company IMI. The move from a large plc to a much smaller company with a more family feel to it was a welcome one, as Andy comments: “I learnt a huge amount at IMI but after ten years of working in a variety of roles across different divisions and countries, I wanted to really focus on one role and marketing was the most interesting for me. Nuaire still retains the entrepreneurial feel of a family-owned company despite its size and turnover and has such a different decision-making culture to what I was used to, despite it being part of a larger plc. The running of the company feels very dynamic and the people are great – really passionate about what they do - which is why I’ve stayed so long and why I’m very much looking forward to this new role.”  It’s also one of the reasons the company has doubled its turnover in the past eight years, Andy believes.

As Marketing & Business Operations Director, Andy has responsibility for the main sales office and marketing for both Nuaire and sister company Domus Ventilation. In his new role, he is currently examining all the different operations of the business to see where services can be improved and where new service offerings could be added. “Product is one part of what we do” states Andy. “Clearly it’s fundamental, but I’m tasked with looking at the wider proposition and seeing where we can add genuine value to the business.”

Andy is also Vice Chair - Services, Creative and Events of the new Wales CIM Board.

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