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New Anatune Account Manager – Midlands & South-West

Anatune

7th January 2022

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In yet another exciting development, everyone here at Anatune is very excited to announce that Musab Swaleh has joined our team as Anatune Account Manager responsible for the Midlands & South West.

Musab’s appointment will enable us to offer even better service to our customers and the scientific community in this thriving region.

Read on to find out a little more about Musab’s career to date and discover what he will be bringing to Anatune and our customers.

 

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Musab Swaleh, Account Manager, Midlands & South-West

 

“After completing my Bachelor’s at Aston University in 2018, I joined PI-KEM Ltd as a Technical Sales Executive, specifically within the energy research sector.

In this role, I gained a detailed understanding of current challenges within next-generation battery research. Covering the UK and Europe, I was able to increase my knowledge of small to large scale equipment that is used to produce the batteries we now have in all electric vehicles.

This experience led me to want to take on a new role, in which I could combine my knowledge of organic and inorganic chemistries with my understanding of supplying large and automated scientific research equipment.

Therefore, I’m delighted to have joined Anatune as Account Manager for the Midlands and South-West and I look forward to developing many close and productive relationships with our customers.

In my free time, I like to focus on music; playing guitar as well as other instruments, and composing my own melodies. I also like to stay active; whether that’s going to the gym and swimming, or playing cricket during the summer.”

 

You can get in touch with Musab to discuss your requirements by emailing musab.swaleh@anatune.co.uk

 

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