Tracy was appointed Managing Director of Seymour Distribution Ltd and Seymour International Ltd in June 2003. Tracy is responsible for all aspects of distribution for Seymour’s clients, both in the UK and Internationally. Tracy joined Seymour in 2000 where prior to becoming MD she held a number of senior positions. Before joining Seymour, Tracy worked for Coca-Cola Enterprises, Frontline and Britvic
Mark is responsible for all aspects of finance and administration for both Seymour Distribution Ltd and Seymour International Ltd and liaises closely with the operational and support teams in both businesses. Prior to joining Seymour in 2001 he worked for GMN.com (the classical music & jazz website), Financial Times and Waste Management Inc. Mark is a Chartered Accountant.
Duncan has vast experience across the Magazine and Newspaper supply chain having worked at WHSmith, Future Publishing, Frontline and The Daily Telegraph. At Seymour, Duncan ensures that the service provided to publishers is of the highest standard, developing effective and sales driven Newsstand strategies. Before becoming Client Services Director in 2015, Duncan was Head of Client Services and prior to that headed up the Retail Sales team.
Dan started working at Seymour in 1995 and since then has fulfilled an array of roles across the business in Client Services, Retail and International. Dan’s short 2 year stint away from Seymour was spent working in the International arena whilst completing a part-time Masters in Business Administration. In July 2016 Dan was promoted to his current position with responsibility for both our International Retail National Accounts teams.
Fiona joined Seymour in 2007 after holding a variety of HR roles within the publishing industry. She is responsible for all areas of Human Resources at Seymour including learning and development. Fiona holds a first-class honours degree, is an accredited coach and Insights Discovery Practitioner.
Mark is responsible for all of our supply chain requirements from making sure our copy allocation maximises sales and minimises waste through to ensuring that the physical transport and packing happens to plan every day. Mark has a background in fast-moving supply chains starting his career in the chilled food sector before joining the Frontline Group 14 years ago.