Leading multi-channel full service eCommerce and eMarketing agency e-inbusiness has expanded its Business Development Team with the appointment of Andrew Fowler and Nick Pawley as Business Development Managers.

Fowler and Pawley, who join e-inbusiness with extensive eCommerce and retail sector experience, have been appointed to focus on driving forward e-inbusiness and developing the businesses eCommerce and eMarketing portfolios.

Prior to joining e-inbusiness Fowler and Pawley gained commercial business development experience across a range of sectors including: accounting, telecommunications, supply chain and retail, working with global companies such as Johnson & Johnson.

Speaking about the appointment Fowler said: “I am really looking forward to helping drive forward e-inbusiness and building our partnering relationships. I understand the key challenges that retailers face as they address the online market and the importance of multi-channel integration.”

Nigel Welch, e-inbusiness Chief Executive Officer, said that recruiting Fowler and Pawley was a key stage in the ongoing development of e-inbusiness. Welch said: “Both Andrew and Nick bring with them a wealth of business development experience coupled with a real knowledge of eCommerce, eMarketing and the wider retail market sector. Both have a detailed understanding of the challenges faced by retailers in integrating eCommerce into a bricks and mortar business.”

Building online brands since 1999 for a large number of high profile retail clients including Space NK, New Look, Farrow & Ball and Radley, e-inbusiness understand retail business needs and combine high energy creativity, best of breed technology and full service support to add measurable value to its customers.

For further information please contact Kate Nestor, Marketing Manager on 0845 456 5253 or email knestor@welcom.co.uk

e-inbusiness will be showcasing their products and services at the forthcoming Internet World exhibition 29th April – 1st May at Earls Court London – Stand W342b. To find out more visit www.internetworld.co.uk

Published on: 12:00AM on 31st March 2008