Congratulations to our MD on her new leadership role in sales

Denise Bryant, APS Non-Executive Director

March 16, 2018

Our Group Managing Director, Denise Bryant, is moving on to a new role with the communications and technology firm Mitel, but we are delighted to say she is staying with the Association of Professional Sales (APS) in a senior capacity.

Denise joined the APS as Managing Director with more than 30 years of sales and sales leadership experience. She has a proven reputation for thought leadership, value creation, and team building. These qualities have helped our Association to grow and will continue to be an important part of her work with the APS.

Denise commented: “Working with the APS has been a great pleasure and one I am relishing being able to continue as a Non-Executive Director.

“The APS proposition is incredibly compelling and I have gained great satisfaction from assisting large blue-chip corporates and smaller SMEs gain tangible benefit from their corporate membership of the APS.

“I would like to thank both the APS team and all the members I have worked with for the immense amount of fun I have had, and also for enabling me to learn a great deal about how to drive great sales cultures in many diverse organisations.

I look forward to continuing to have fun on my learning journey.”

Denise is joining Mitel as Distribution Director for Europe, the Middle East and Asia.

Andrew Hough, Chief Executive Officer at the APS said: “I am pleased to congratulate Denise on her new job but also delighted she is staying with us as a Non-Executive Director.

“Since Denise joined us last year, she has offered a fresh perspective on our campaign to support sales professionals. Her determination that sales should be a career choice, rather than something that business people ‘fall into’ has helped us to build a strong identity as the number one association for professional sales people.”

“I wish her the very best in her new role in industry, and also here, at the APS, supporting our future work and campaigns.”