With two new appointments to its senior management team, Trident Machines has strengthened its leadership to drive growth during a challenging economic climate.
Trident Machines have announced two key appointments to their senior management team designed to fuel growth following their fast start to the post-covid era.
The company has announced an acquisition and a significant stock purchase in just the last few weeks and the momentum behind their growth continues apace with these new appointments. Jane McEntee has been appointed to operations director and Nick Wheeler is promoted to sales director.
Andrew Powell, Trident’s managing director, said: “We are delighted to announce these two appointments, strengthening our management team as we deliver our ambitious plans for the future. Both Jane and Nick are already valued and highly experienced members of our team and have earned their promotions through hard work, dedication and, crucially, by providing outstanding service to our customers.”
Jane McEntee, a 35-year veteran of the games industry, began her career at MAM Leisure in 1985, from there she joined what is now Trident Machines in 1995 and has been with the company ever since. She brings with her vast experience of all aspects of the business as the company drives forward to meet its growth ambitions. McEntee is part of an extraordinary family of game sector professionals as her mother worked in the industry and she is now joined by her daughter who is Service Manager at Trident.
“It’s such a proud moment for me having worked for the company most of my career, it’s an exciting time at Trident and we are all confident we can achieve our growth ambitions and enhance our position in the industry,” she told Coinslot.
Nick Wheeler started in the industry in April 2002 with Leisure Link as a free trade business development manager. In 2008, he moved to Kossway Automatics as corporate sales manager, overseeing all their retailer business.
Wheeler joined Trident in March 2014, impressed with their reputation as the leading independent operator in the UK. He takes up the role of sales director at Trident leading a sales team across the country and carrying with him client relationships that have lasted for 10 years or more. Wheeler said: “I am excited by this new chapter with Trident, I believe we are in a unique position, with an unrivalled product range to offer and we are well set to deliver outstanding service to our customers”.