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2nd Aug 2018 by Richard
Brewlab have provided the following press release following the recent recruitment of new senior manager, Dan Vecsey:
North East based Brewlab have appointed Dan Vecsey as senior manager as part of business growth plans.
Brewlab is one of the leading providers of training and analysis services for the international brewing industry, based in purpose built premises on the banks of the river Wear in Sunderland.
Bringing with him a wealth of experience in technical support and analysis, marketing and business strategy, Dan said:
“I have always had a strong interest in the brewing industry being impressed by the open and collaborative nature of the sector, and the high levels of passion expressed by consumers.
“The brewing industry is very dynamic and in particular the micro-brewery and craft brewery level is fuelled by creativity and innovation. I am excited about joining the team at Brewlab and developing our capabilities and offerings to match the opportunities in this ever-changing industry.”
Brewlab is a trusted partner to the brewing industry offering training, scientific analysis and project support.
Managing Director, Keith Thomas, said: "We are delighted to welcome Dan to the Brewlab family at this exciting time of evolution for the business. He will lead on our ambitious future plans to grow our services and courses to suit the modern brewer, and to strengthen the global brewing community.
“We have welcomed brewers from over 50 countries to our state-of-the-art learning facilities, and with the momentum for craft brewing across the world continuing to grow, we are developing new ways to support ambitious brewers with training, not just in brewing, but in finance, marketing, management and more to ensure they have all the ingredients for a successful brewing business."