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Alphabet Partner reaches 10,000 customers

Alphabet’s broker sales channel, Alphabet Partner, which launched in late 2014, now has a portfolio of more than 10,000 customers.

In addition to this milestone, Alphabet has announced that current regional development manager for the South, Richard Chadwick, is taking up a newly-created position as national commercial development manager for Alphabet Partner.

Leon Brown joins Alphabet Partner to replace Chadwick as regional development manager for the South.

These changes take place alongside further bolstering of the back office support team for Alphabet Partner. Francesca Danson has also been appointed indirect sales team leader, managing the Alphabet Partner support team based at the company’s new Farnborough headquarters.

Graham Conway, head of Alphabet Partner, said: “We’ve smashed the 10,000 customer figure in next to no time thanks to the dedication, passion and belief of everyone at Alphabet Partner - and of course the fantastic support from the exclusive group of brokers whom we work in partnership with.

"Our portfolio of over 10,000 customers would place Alphabet Partner in the top 20 of the UK’s biggest leasing operations if we were a standalone business. So to achieve this success in such a short space of time shows what a compelling and different proposition we have for our brokers as well as their customers. With Richard’s new role, Leon joining the Alphabet family and a growing team behind the scenes I know we will achieve even greater things going forward.”

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