Comma targets global markets and beyond

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Comma says it is targeting global markets, with the announcement of a number of new agreements in Europe.

New business for the company extends across Russia, Romania, Poland, Spain, Portugal and Turkey amongst others, where new Sales Managers have also been installed.

Comma says it expects to put further Sales Managers in place across the Asia Pacific and other territories in the coming months.

Sales and Marketing Director Mike Bewsey said: “We have made excellent progress overseas in the last decade or so, and with substantial investment from our new Brazilian shareholder, Cosan S.A., we are now positioned to press ahead with establishing Comma as a truly global brand. It’s an ambitious plan, and the most important first step is to have on-the-ground presence wherever we operate.”

Bewsey says that key to achieving those targets is Chris Chapman, who was announces as Comma’s new International Sales Manager last year.

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