Delta supports growth strategy with senior appointment

Richard Stuart-Turner
Friday, January 21, 2022

Delta Group has made another senior appointment to support the growth strategy for its Health and Beauty offering.

Porter-Keel: Delta dovetails 100% to my values
Porter-Keel: Delta dovetails 100% to my values

Andie Porter-Keel, who has a 20-year background in the retail FMCG sector, has recently joined the business as its new director of Health and Beauty.

Having previously worked across the UK and Europe, Porter-Keel will be responsible for growing the division by delivering increasing demand for Delta’s multichannel proposition print and in-store POS, creative, e commerce, social, and experiential activations.

Porter-Keel said: “Delta’s energy and focus on providing highly creative, whilst practical solutions wrapped around world class customer service, dovetails 100% to my values.

“I’m absolutely delighted to be managing such a fantastic and diverse range of clients and bringing all of my focus and experience to ensure we deliver excellence for every one of them.”

Delta Group CEO Jason Hammond added: “Andie’s experience is tailor-made for our ambitions in delivering real value to our growing Health and Beauty client base.

“Having Andie on board will also attract new H&B clients with her reputation in delivering award-winning innovation and customer care. Our sector strategy is to bring in the best talent to add value to our clients. With Andie on board we’ve found the perfect fit and are very excited about the future growth opportunities.”

In December Delta Group appointed a new sustainability director, Starzèus Hassan-McGhee, while Danni Murray had joined as divisional managing director shortly before.

Last week the business went public with details of its five-year “multimillion-pound” contract for Global’s outdoor print production. It also recently won McColl’s retail marketing ‘Point of Sale’ contract.

Headquartered in Waltham Abbey, London, the Delta group of companies had sales of £77m last year, and employs 750 staff over eight sites. It offers a range of creative, technology and display services. The group boosted its FSDU production capabilities with the UK’s first Displayline system last summer.

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