Our well-loved aussie fire consultant takes on a new challenge as Account Manager for Saint Gobain
As many of you may have heard, today we said goodbye to our well-loved passive fire consultant, Lauren Stoneman, who is moving on from Ventro to take on new challenges as an Account Manager for Saint Gobain.
We have been very fortunate to have had such a passionate, friendly character on the team for the past year and a bit. Lauren has been an asset to the team.
Having moved straight to the UK from Australia, knowing nobody, completely starting fresh in an entirely new country, Lauren has taken such a leap and has come so far in her role as Passive Fire Consultant.
Everyone who has worked with Lauren, both clients and colleagues will know that Lauren is highly dedicated to her role and is such a bubbly, friendly personality to know. We will miss all her little Australian tales and facts.
Daniel McCroft is our new passive fire consultant and will be taking over the majority of Laurens clients, and will be working primarily in the South East.
New Account Manager for Saint Gobain
Lauren will be embarking on a new venture as an Account Manager for Saint Gobain. Saint Gobain designs, manufactures and distributes materials and solutions in the building industry. They are a global company. In the UK and Ireland, Saint Gobain includes some of the best-known and respected companies in the construction sector, including British Gypsum, Jewson, Graham, Weber amongst many more reputable brands. Many of which Ventro work with.
Saint Gobain is present in 68 countries and employs over 180,000 people worldwide. So, this is a fantastic opportunity for Lauren to use her experience from working at Ventro in the passive fire industry. And no doubt Lauren will still be picking up door faults along the way.
Good luck with your new venture
Lauren has worked as our passive fire consultant for the hospitality industry and has worked with some of our major clients such as the Marriott Marble Arch, Marriott Kensington, Lancaster London, alongside several others.
So, we wish you a fond farewell here at Ventro. Thank you for everything you have done and good luck in your new role. They are lucky to have you.