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Sue Harries now e-commerce director at Kingfisher

Sue Harries joins Kingfisher as group e-commerce director from Screwfix.

Sue Harries joins Kingfisher as group e-commerce director from Screwfix.

Sue Harries is now group e-commerce director at Kingfisher. She comes from the group and joins from Screwfix, where she has served for 15 years, most recently as director of e-commerce.

During her time at Screwfix, Harries was integral to the growth of its digital proposition, the company states. Online sales increased by 80 per cent during her tenure and over a third of all Screwfix sales are now transacted online. "She is a great example of how we nurture talent at Kingfisher, rising through the ranks at Screwfix supported by leadership programmes and secondment opportunities," says JJ Van Oosten, chief customer and digital officer at Kingfisher, when commenting on the promotion.

Sue Harries joined Screwfix as a senior commercial finance manager in 2005 and has completed the Kingfisher Advanced Leadership Programme, delivered in conjunction with the London Business School, as well as a retail secondment. Prior to Screwfix, she started her career as a qualified accountant and held senior finance roles at Peacocks and Axa.

| 3 March 2020 | 15:23


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