Strix Group Plc Appoint internationally experienced Mr Harry Kyriacou as CCO


Strix Group Plc (LON: KETL), the global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of kettle safety controls and other complementary water temperature management components, has today announced the appointment of Mr Harry Kyriacou, as Chief Commercial Officer (“CCO”) who joined Strix on 1st April 2019.

Mr Harry Kyriacou has been appointed to the trading board and joins Strix to support the overall Company strategy and is responsible for the Group’s Commercial proposition, positioning Strix for further global growth and development. Mr Kyriacou will be based in the Isle of Man at the Company’s head office.

Mark Bartlett, CEO of Strix Group Plc, commented:

“We are delighted that Harry has agreed to join Strix as the Chief Commercial Officer. Harry has a wealth of strategic international experience, having worked as Director of Sales, Marketing and Strategic Planning, in both traditional and eCommerce landscapes with companies such as, Philips, Whirlpool and, more recently, Glen Dimplex. His guidance, experience and input will be extremely valuable for Strix, especially as we continue to develop our diversified product portfolio which provides the Group with continued access to all global markets.”

Isle of Man based Strix, is a global leader in the design, manufacture and supply of kettle safety controls and other components and devices involving water heating and temperature control, steam management and water filtration. Strix’s core product range comprises a variety of safety controls for small domestic appliances, primarily kettles. Kettle safety controls require precision engineering and intricate knowledge of material properties in order to repeatedly function correctly. Strix has built up market leading capability and know-how in this field since being founded in 1982.

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