Bounty appoints a new boss
THE UK s number one parenting club has announced the appointment of a new managing director. Bounty, whose headquarters is in Broadwater Road, WGC, has assigned Ian Beswetherick to the role. With 11 years of experience at Bounty, Mr Beswetherick has playe
THE UK's number one parenting club has announced the appointment of a new managing director.
Bounty, whose headquarters is in Broadwater Road, WGC, has assigned Ian Beswetherick to the role.
With 11 years of experience at Bounty, Mr Beswetherick has played an important role in helping to create a new and more dynamic business.
Regarding his new role, he said: "Bounty is a business that has achieved great things over recent years, and I am excited about working with the management team to lead the business in to the next phase."
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n Bounty provides information, support and products for young families throughout the four key-life stages, pre-birth, birth, toddlers and pre-school.
With 2.4 million members and over 50,000 new members every month, it has approximately 95 per cent market coverage of the estimated 750,000 annual births in the UK.
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