Sukh Basi of GV Multimedia's Hounslow team has been promoted to the position of Sales Manager.

Sukh joined the team in November 2012 and began his GV career as an Internal Sales Trainee before his role evolved to include carrying out site surveys and specifying projects. From there he moved into an Account Management position and held that role until this promotion. The GV team would like to offer Sukh their congratulations and wish them all the very best in his new role.

Kristian Cutting, Managing Director - Sales said, "Sukh's enthusiasm and proficiency in his role as Account Manager has seen the Hounslow branch generate new customers and secure some truly exciting projects with existing clients. He is a hugely important part of the team and I'm delighted to announce this well-deserved promotion."

As GV continues strong growth and customer commitment we are delighted to announce the appointment of Nicola Cutting to the role of Commercial Director. Nicola has 16 years with the company, bringing great practical, commercial and supply chain knowledge to this crucial role.

Congratulations to Daniel Abrahams, who has joined the board as Joint Managing Director (Finance), while Kristian Cutting steers the sales side of our business as Joint Managing Director (Sales). Kristian has been with the business for 15 years. Prior to joining GV, Daniel has held a range of senior financial and strategic roles in the commercial sector.

Congratulations to Hounslow’s Lee Van Niekerk and Michal Barta who’ve been promoted to Technical Projects Director – London & The South and Technical Projects Manager, respectively.

Meanwhile, Coventry’s Matt Price has also been promoted to Technical Projects Director – Midlands.

The GV team would like to offer congratulations to all and wish them all the very best in their new positions. 

GV Multimedia has been named as a supplier on Crown Commercial Service (CCS) framework for the provision of RM6103 Audio Visual Products, Services and Solutions – Lot 5. CCS supports the public sector to achieve maximum commercial value when procuring common goods and services. In 2017/18, CCS delivered £354 million in commercial benefits including savings for central government, and £247 million for the wider public sector - helping to deliver world-class public services that offer best value for taxpayers. This framework is designed to provide best value and service to CCS's public sector clients.