There have been a number of changes at Supreme Heating.
Bianca Horewood has joined the company as marketing coordinator, following Bree Daniel moving on after many years. Horewood has a degree in communication and journalism and has worked in media and hospitality for more than six years.
“Supreme Heating has been paving the way towards a sustainable future for more than 30 years, investing resources to ensure quality products and innovation” Horewood says. “It’s so exciting to be a part of a company that wants to make a difference.”
Anthony Denahy recently joined Supreme Heating as a business development manager, after more than 25 years’ experience in a diverse range of fields including project management at the Olympics, the Australian Open, and the Grand Prix, as well as business development for technology and events.
With a keen focus on sustainability, he is looking forward to working with Supreme Heating’s clients to achieve a clean energy future.
Shannon Wong has been appointed business development manager in Western Australia. He has been working in the electrical and solar PV industry for more than 20 years, selling sustainable solutions.
“This is a fantastic opportunity to be able to work with a distinguished, Aussie-owned, family business that is significantly leading the way in pool heating,” he says.
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