Bestbuy Distributors names Bill Hay President

by | May 8, 2019 | 0 comments

Bestbuy Distributors Limited has announced the appointment of Bill Hay as President.

Bill Hay will assume his new role effective May 15th and will be based at Bestbuy’s head office at 3355 American Drive in Mississauga, Ontario.

Bestbuy president Bill Hay
Bill Hay joined Bestbuy Distributors as its new president.

Reporting directly to the Board, Hay will have overall responsibility for Bestbuy’s operations and will be the primary contact between the Board and Bestbuy’s management team.

“Bill’s strong leadership skills and record of accomplishments in implementing creative promotions, sales and marketing strategies will be a great addition to the Bestbuy management team,” states Chairman Douglas Squires. Hay will work closely with the Board Chairman to ensure a smooth transition in his assumption of the leadership of Bestbuy’s senior management team. Hay will play an instrumental role in helping to establish and lead Bestbuy’s future direction.

There will be no changes to Bestbuy’s organization or reporting structure with this new appointment. Hay joins Bestbuy having spent over 30 years with Dayco Canada Corporation where he held a variety of leadership roles including Regional Sales Manager, Manager – National Accounts, National Sales Manager and Vice President, Sales and Marketing with overall responsibility for Canada.

After Dayco, Hay held increasingly more senior roles at Uni-Select and most recently was the Regional Vice President – Central and Atlantic.

“I’m incredibly excited to be joining the Bestbuy organization as President,” says Hay.

“My history with Bestbuy dates to my junior days where Bestbuy’s wonderful reference was instrumental in helping me launch a successful 35-year supplier career.

“I feel very blessed to be joining the Bestbuy family as for me, it almost feels like coming home! I look forward to working with the Board, Shareholders, the Management group and the staff at the offices and Distribution Centres across Canada,” states Bill Hay.



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