Kelly Bard will be working for Siemens’s UK sales team
Kelly has been in the security business for 8 years, working for Network Video Technologies

Security Products from Siemens has announced the addition of Kelly Bard to its UK sales team, taking the role of National Accounts Manager.

Kelly has been in the security business for 8 years, working for Network Video Technologies amongst others, with responsibility for sales in both UK and European markets.

On her decision to join Security Products from Siemens, Kelly said:  “Siemens has a very attractive product portfolio with a diverse range of products and a strong brand. I wanted to be part of a company that I could really believe in and I am confident that, with Siemens, I have achieved that”.

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