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Turck Banner’s marketing communications manager

February 2024 News


Hennie Blignaut.

Turck Banner South Africa proudly announces a significant evolution in its marketing leadership. Hennie Blignaut, who has played a pivotal role as marketing manager, is transitioning into a consultancy role. Concurrently, Maxine Wingrove is assuming an expanded role, taking charge of the bulk of the marketing responsibilities.

This strategic move reflects Turck Banner’s commitment to leveraging the unique strengths of its team members and fostering continuous growth. Hennie Blignaut has been instrumental in steering Turck Banner’s marketing efforts with vision and expertise. As he transitions into a consultancy role, he will continue to provide valuable insights and strategic guidance. “Hennie has been a driving force behind our successful marketing initiatives, and we are thrilled that he will continue to contribute to our journey in a consultancy capacity. This transition is a testament to our dedication to nurturing talent within our organisation,” said Brandon Topham, CEO of Turck Banner South Africa.


Maxine Wingrove.

Assuming a more prominent role in the marketing landscape, Maxine Wingrove is well-poised to bring innovation and dynamism to Turck Banner’s marketing endeavours. With a proven track record in effective communication strategies and a keen understanding of market dynamics, she is ready to take on the challenge of leading the marketing for the organisation. “I am honoured to take on this new responsibility, and build upon the strong foundation laid by Hennie. I will endeavour to continue to drive growth and capture new opportunities for Turck Banner South Africa,” she said.

Hennie Blignaut added, “I am excited about this transition and confident that Maxine will bring fresh perspectives to the role. I look forward to supporting Turck Banner in my consultancy capacity and contributing to its continued success.”


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