CPBigwood has appointed a new head of marketing to spearhead the firm’s continuing growth.
Suzanne Randell has been promoted to the post from her role as PA to the senior partner Rory Daly. She will be joined in the marketing department by Alicia Maragh who already works for CPBigwood.
She said: “The business has continued to grow throughout the downturn, most recently with the acquisition of Leicestershire firm Lloyd Property Management in September 2012, and the opening of the company’s first London office.
“Despite the economic difficulties of the past five years we have continued to expand by acquisition and merger since Bond Wolfe acquired Bigwood in November 2006, and Bigwood merged with Curry & Partners in June 2011.
“We are now the largest auction house outside of London and one of the biggest independent full service property consultancies in the regions.
“It is our ability to advise across the total property spectrum which has kept us busy while other more niche businesses have struggled.”
Mrs Randell joined Bond Wolfe straight from Dartmouth High School in Great Barr and celebrated 20 years in the business in June this year.
She began her career as a general administrator and then gained further experience in residential sales before joining Rory Daly in Bond Wolfe Auctions which grew rapidly throughout the 90s and 00s.
During her working life she has also found time to take a Business Administration degree, with a particular interest in marketing.
Senior partner Rory Daly said: “This is the logical next step in Suzanne’s career. She knows property, and this business in particular, from top to bottom.
“A big part of the success of CPBigwood is the quality of the team we have around us, and Suzanne has been a major contributor now for over 20 years.
“We now have two offices in Birmingham – Colmore Row and Summer Row, the number one sales and lettings agency in Henley-in-Arden, a full service property offering in Stratford-upon-Avon and plans to grow our presence and marketshare through our new offices in the East Midlands, London and the south east.
“Watch this space!”