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Marketing chief for Vizolution

Vizolution, which provides visual sales aids, has recruited former Trigold marketing manager Richard Hurst as its marketing director.

Hurst previously worked with Vizolution chief executive Bill Safran at Trigold. For the past five-and-a-half years, he has been a director of Votive Communications.

In his new role, Hurst will be tasked with growing the business and expanding into new markets in the UK and abroad.

Safran says: “We are growing rapidly and Richard will help us to accelerate the growth still further, both in financial services and taking us into new markets.”

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