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10/01/2017

GJD extends international team for growth

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Khadija Onneby new sales consultant for GJD in France

GJD has appointed Khadija Onneby as the company’s new Sales Consultant for France with effect from Tuesday 3rd January 2017.

Khadija will be responsible for GJD’s sales in the French market. Commenting on the new position Khadija said: “I know the potential that GJD has in France and I want to contribute to its success in building a strong partnership with their current customers and building a new network”.

Khadija’s international experience and linguistic skills, (fluent in French, English, Spanish and Arabic), are fundamental in being able to set new records for the sales of GJD equipment in France and other export markets.

Khadija will help to develop GJD’s distribution networks, secure long-term supply contracts and manage new product launches for the French market.

Ana Maria Sagra-Smith, GJD’s Sales and Marketing Director commented: I am delighted to welcome Khadija to GJD. Khadija’s experience and knowledge of the security industry in France will be a fantastic asset to GJD”.


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Here, and, in the newly published edition of Detektor magazine 02/17, Lennart Alexandrie, gives his views on the cyber threat and how it might affect the security industry.

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