Kcom sales director Elizabeth Bramwell is leaving the managed comms outfit after 18 months in the role, CRN has learned.
Bramwell joined Kcom – the national B2B arm of Hull-based Kcom Group – in July 2011 after 11 years at C&W. She was charged with bagging new customers in key target markets.
Her departure comes two months after Kcom appointed a new managing director in the form of former Fujitsu director Stephen Long.
In Kcom Group's most recent financial results for the six months ending 30 September 2012, Kcom's sales fell 6.9 per cent to £137.5m.
At the time he joined, Long said his focus would be on growing Kcom's top line following a period of streamlining and exiting non-core businesses.
"I cannot say we don't need to do any more streamlining, but my focus is outward-looking to customers," he said in an interview with CRN in January.
Bramwell is not the only former C&W executive to join Kcom in recent times –13-year C&W veteran Max Harding was drafted in to head up its enterprise sales business last summer.
Kcom was not able to comment at the time of writing.
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