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Richard Campo joins Coreco as head of sales

Richard Campo has been appointed head of sales at Coreco Group, joining them from Alexander Hall where he has been technical adviser for the past six years.

Reporting to sales director Rob Gill, Campo will be responsible for the day to day management of Coreco’s regulated estate agency advisors and charged with helping to expand the team and streamlining sales processes.

Campo says: “I am hugely excited about the new role with Coreco and I look forward to helping to shape and grow the sales team. It is a real shame to be leaving Alexander Hall after six very enjoyable years.

“I am extremely grateful to have worked with some exceptional friends and colleagues over that time and I wish everybody well, but I could not pass up the opportunity to be part of Coreco and am looking forward to being part of their continued success.”

Matt Lowndes, managing director of the Coreco Group, says: “We are delighted to add another highly regarded industry name to our team. Richard brings a wealth of estate agency experience and impressed us with his enthusiasm and fresh ideas.

“Coreco are committed to bringing through fresh young talent and providing opportunities that many other brokers may not be able to offer. I am sure Richard will be a huge success and help to attract the new brokers we need to service our growing estate agency introducer base.”

Andrew Montlake, communications director of Coreco, says: “We were incredibly enthused and pleasantly surprised by the high standard of applicants for this role and would like to thank everyone who put their names forward. Hopefully in the future we will be able to offer several of these applicants’ roles as we expand further.

“The interest generated and some of the names put forward shows how far the Coreco brand has come in the last 18 months and tells us that we are following the right path.”

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  • Charlotte Hubner 25th November 2010 at 1:54 pm

    Too many chiefs and not enough indians.

    Suspect it is heading the same way as its predecessor Cobalt