Lintbells has restructured its veterinary team by making three high-profile promotions.

Claire Finch has been promoted to regional sales manager east. A fully qualified veterinary nurse, Ms Finch began her career in Ireland, where she worked in veterinary digital imaging sales before joining Lintbells four years ago as a veterinary business development executive.

More promotions

Caroline Coss has also been promoted to the post of regional sales manager west, while Adam Crisford has been promoted to key account manager after two-and-a-half years with Lintbells as veterinary business development executive.

Mr Crisford previously worked in wildlife conservation and rehabilitation for 10 years and was head of the rehabilitation hospital at the International Centre for Birds of Prey in Gloucestershire.

Talented people

John Davies, co-founder said: “We have a fantastic veterinary team here at Lintbells and we believe the support they have given practices is second to none. It’s great to be able to develop talented people who understand what veterinary practices need from us. We’re delighted to be in a position to give them scope to grow their careers.”

For more information visit www.lintbellsvet.com

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