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Receipt Bank Boosts Leadership Team with New VP of Sales for EMEA Region


We're delighted to announce that Receipt Bank has appointed Gavin Fell as VP of Sales for EMEA. Fell has 17 years of experience within the technology industry, including almost 12 years as a Senior Manager at Sage. In his role at Receipt Bank, he will be in charge of helping spread the effortless bookkeeping revolution in the UK, Ireland, France, Southern Africa and the Middle East.

Scoring (career) goals

gavin-fell.jpgBefore taking on his role at Receipt Bank, Fell held various leadership roles at SAP, NRS Media to most recently as General Manager of Exact in the UK, all of which will contribute significantly to what he brings to the Receipt Bank table.

Gavin’s experience also includes working as Sales Director UK/CEE at NRS Media, where he helped the company expand its global inside sales teams and account management capacity.

Prior to working in sales, Gavin was a professional footballer. He played for Wimbledon F.C. from 1989 to 1994, during which the golden season of ‘92/’93 occurred and so too did the ‘Crazy Gang’ era of outrageous pranks. We're sure he’ll bring that drive and energy to Receipt Bank.

“When you’re looking for a new role, there are certain things you look for in a company,” says Gavin. “Do they have a great leadership? Are they people-focused? Do they have huge ambitions? Lastly, do they have a solution that is innovative and forward thinking? Receipt Bank has all of above.”

Our continued journey upwards

Gavin joins us at an exciting time – at the end of last year we were named the 7th fastest growing tech company in the UK and the plan for 2018 is no different. 

“Receipt Bank is a company that is going places rapidly,” comments Gavin. “They have being growing at an amazing pace for a number of years now and I am really looking forward to supporting them on this journey. Taking this business to the next stage of their vision is my number one goal.”