bp makes changes to retail leadership team

bp has appointed Jo Hayward as VP mobility and convenience retail UK, while Natalie Cattermole has been promoted to senior dealer manager UK.

Hayward formerly held the role of bp’s VP for convenience in Europe. In her new role Hayward will be responsible for bp’s network of around 1,150 retail sites in the UK.

She replaces Sonya Adams, who has been appointed chief of staff to bp’s chief executive Murray Auchincloss.

Cattermole, who was previously bp’s UK senior marketing manager, will report to Hayward in her new role and lead the dealer team. She will continue to build bp’s relationships with dealer partners, which make up around 850 sites in the UK network.

Cattermole joined bp in 2013 from Sainsbury’s and has held various marketing roles within the retail and bp pulse businesses.

"I am delighted to have Jo and Natalie on our UK leadership team,” said Tracey Clements, bp’s SVP mobility & convenience Europe. “They are both fantastic leaders who bring deep customer insight and retail experience to their new roles.

“With this expertise I am sure they will build on the great progress made in recent years to grow and transform our retail business in the UK, helping us to become first choice for customers on the move.”



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