New growth structure in place at Green-tech

Company: Green-tech

Dean Jackson, previously one of three Sales Managers, has been promoted to Head of Sales. This appointment allows Sales Director Richard Gill to focus on more of a higher-level Business Development dynamic to his current role, exploring new market opportunities for the company to expand and develop.

In his new role Dean will be responsible for leading the full 30+ strong sales team and driving sales to help achieve the company’s yearly sales budgets.

Filling Dean’s role, Josh Forster becomes the company’s youngest ever Sales Manager, a year after being named the company's youngest ever Team Leader. He was also named as a ProLandscaper 30 under 30 in 2020. Josh joined Green-tech as a school leaver and now aged 25 he will take responsibility for leading a sales team within the company, delivering his teams’ collective budget, and driving sales to help achieve overall company targets.

Chris Swan has also been elevated to Buying & Product Development Director due to his increased responsibilities for the procurement side of the business, reflecting the level in which he works and his significance in supporting the senior management team.

Finally, Georgia Gilbert has been promoted to Key Account Manager for John Chambers Wildflower Seed, following her significant contribution to the consistent and sustained growth in sales for the wildflower arm of the Green-tech business.

Managing Director Kris Nellist comments, “Green-tech has been performing incredibly well since our acquisition by Origin Enterprises PLC in March 2021 and to reflect our peoples’ exceptional performance and accomplishments, we are delighted to reiterate our commitment to helping develop our staff with this latest bout of promotions.”

Green-tech currently has numerous opportunities to join their successful team. Anyone interested should click the link below to check out their careers page with all current vacancies.

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