Integrity Connect is delighted to welcome our new Business Development Manager Jo Cooper.
Jo has been a part of the print industry for over 10 years and brings with her an impressive level of business development expertise and a passion for customer relations.
“I love building customer relations, and it’s the customers that make the business . . . I’m really excited about joining the Integrity Connect team and helping businesses build more meaningful communications with their customers. So many businesses are experiencing unprecedented challenges at the moment, and I really believe we can help them”.
Sales and Marketing Director Andrew Law commented on the arrival of our newest team member:
“I am delighted that Jo has joined the Integrity team. She has a wealth of experience in delivering exceptional customer service and brings great energy and enthusiasm to the business development role.”
Jo’s new role will see her focused on enabling our new and existing clients to both connect and communicate with their customers effectively and efficiently across a range of channels – from emails and hybrid mail, to document automation and software development.
To find out more about how Jo and the rest of the Integrity Connect team can help solve your business challenges, please get in touch.
Getting to Know Jo: Quickfire Questions
Can you Describe yourself in three words?
Thoughtful, Caring, Tangent (or “Barmy”, as they say in the Midlands)
If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
Without trying to sound cheesy: the power to heal – especially during the Pandemic
Chips and Curry
What is one of the things on your bucket list?
To go above the Earth’s atmosphere
Guns ‘n’ Roses
Who would you like to play you in the film of your life?
“Life is Like a Box of Chocolates.”
If you could pick three famous people (dead or alive) to invite to a dinner party, who would they be?
Tim Burton, Dame Judi Dench and Stephen Hawking
What are looking forward to the most when lockdown is over?
Going to see my Dad (then the pub)
Favourite holiday destination?
What annoys you the most?
Can you tell us two interesting facts about yourself?
1) In 1981 I won a medal for robotics.
2) I didn’t wash my hair for a few days after Vera Duckworth patted me on the head outside a news agent in Gainsborough.