Image Above: Andy Miller, Conservatory Outlet

Big plans require resources to match – which is why Conservatory Outlet has further expanded its team to help deliver on an ambitious growth strategy.

In 2015 the Wakefield-based fabricator revealed plans to expand its retail network to full national coverage. The company has since added two new faces to it sales and marketing department and another reputable installer to the network, soon to be announced.

Joining as Business Development Director, the very experienced Andy Miller is tasked with developing Conservatory Outlet’s relationship with established retail partners, helping to generate and sustain growth and increase business collaboration while new network members are sought in currently unoccupied regions.

Greg Kane, Conservatory Outlet joint Managing Director, said: “Our retail partners are absolutely central to everything we do. As we expand into the remaining areas – Aberdeen, the Highlands, Essex, North and South Wales and the South West of England – we will continue to invest in the products, people and resources available to our established partners.”

“Andy’s experience and energy will undoubtedly bring a massive contribution to our business. Having worked in similar positions prior to joining us, Andy understands the specific needs of a retail network partnership – although he also highlights some major differences at Conservatory Outlet, such as true area exclusivity for our comparatively small number of members.”

The company’s marketing division has also been bolstered by the arrival of graduate Amy Johnson who assumes the role of PR & Events Coordinator, creating an in-house team of three people employed primarily to support the network of less than 30 companies.

“Our existing partners can rest assured that the new wave of expansion will not alter the industry-leading value-added services they receive, that continue to set our business apart in the marketplace,” Greg continued. “Potential new partners will find us to be an even more attractive prospect and, in turn, geographical expansion will unlock the potential of national advertising.”