January 11, 2022

New Director appointments bring further customer and manufacturer focus to MWI UK

2021 was a challenging year for many businesses, especially with the dynamic landscape surrounding COVID and Brexit.

However, despite these challenges, MWI UK has continued to grow, with more veterinary professionals than ever choosing to use MWI’s services.

As the new year starts, Managing Director, David Tinsley, is taking the opportunity to strengthen the Director team at MWI.

“The new year gives us all the chance to reflect on what we have achieved, but also where we are going.’ David said ‘As a company, we are united in our responsibility to create healthier futures. We mean this both for our customers and our manufacturer partners, but also for all animals under their care.”

“Over the last 12 months, we have enjoyed great success. As a result, we have further deepened our relationships with our customers and manufacturer partners. Therefore, it’s important we invest in the leadership dedicated to supporting and driving our purpose in these areas.” 

From 1st January, Alan White will take on a new role as MWI’s Commercial Relations Director. Alan will be focusing his efforts on driving mutual benefit for MWI and our manufacturer partners.

Emma Hunt has been promoted into this newly created role of Customer Relations Director. This new director role is designed to keep the customer at the centre of every decision we make.

Alan White said, “Our supply partners are integral to our ability to serve the animal health market - I am excited that we will be bringing an even greater focus on these relationships and developing joint initiatives to support our mutual customers.”

Emma Hunt said, “This is a fantastic opportunity for me to continue to drive customer excellence across our business and ensure that our customers & animal health is central to everything that we do. I started with MWI 7 years ago as a Key Account Manager & am so proud that I work for a company that actively supports & encourages career progression.”