Growing resource efficiency specialist ecosurety recruits candidate with wide-ranging industry experience for pivotal marketing manager role.
Leading resource efficiency specialist ecosurety has appointed a marketer with a strong background in manufacturing and the FMCG sector.
Stéphanie Housty’s appointment to the role of marketing manager reflects ecosurety’s success in helping companies continuously reduce waste in the food, manufacturing and technology supply chains.
Stéphanie, a French national, will concentrate on building a marcoms team to execute campaigns across existing and new markets.
She will also devise strategies that remain consistent with the organisation’s sustainability values. The company already has one full-time marketing communications specialist.
Stéphanie says, “It is fantastic to be working in an industry that is so aligned with my own passion for protecting the environment. The company is young, very dynamic and is committed to challenging supply chains to further reduce waste.”
James Piper, commercial director at ecosurety, says, “Stéphanie’s experience in a wide range of industries, and exposure to various supply chains, meant she stood out immediately as a candidate.
“We are very pleased that she has decided to join us during a hugely exciting time in the evolution of ecosurety.”
Stéphanie has previously worked for US office products manufacturer Fellowes, cosmetics company Yves Rocher and Coca-Cola. Her most recent role was director of marketing for the French subsidiary of German power tool manufacturer Metabo.
Founded in 2003, ecosurety is the UK’s leading resource efficiency specialist with end to end services including environmental compliance, waste and resource management, training and intelligent reporting. With more than 800 customers including the Co-Operative Group, Innocent, BskyB and Britvic, ecosurety is shaping best practice in waste and recycling throughout the UK, driving ever greater efficiencies of resource use.
Committed to reducing the environmental impact of UK businesses while improving performance, ecosurety is targeting to influence over one million tonnes of waste by 2020.
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