Due to further expansion we welcome 5 new Business Development Managers into United Eco who will be working with both our valued existing customers as well as new clients within the Transportation, Engineering and Print sectors. They will be joining our established team of David Lawlor (Sales Director), Marc Overton and Martin Slough (National Business Development Managers) and Colesia Pryse (Business Development Manager, North West). In addition, Dave Ewen is moving into a role as Business Development Manager in the South East.
Mick Mills is covering the North East incorporating Yorkshire and East Riding – main areas are Leeds/Bradford, Sheffield, Doncaster, Rotherham
Mick is a highly experienced Business Development Manager who has managed accounts at all levels developing relationships with both existing and new business opportunities.
Mick has extensive experience in the workwear rental sector working for Initial, Spring Grove and Sunlight.
James Lund is working in the West Midlands including Birmingham and Nottingham
James has a successful background as a Business Development Manager across different business sectors. James most recently was a BDM with the British Printing Industries Federation developing strategies to increase membership.
John Harmer is based in the East Midlands including Milton Keynes, Luton, Peterborough
John has over 10 years experience as a field based Business Development Manager. John has worked in different sectors and in the last 3 years mainly in the waste management industry with Biffa. John has a broad understanding of waste streams, collection and recycling.
Louise Warne is working in the South West and South Wales including Bristol, Swindon, Cardiff and Newport
Louise has a proven ability to win new business as well as being able to manage a diverse portfolio. Recent experience with Shred-it Waste Management has broadened her experience in this sector.
Chris Andrews is in the South including South West London, Reading, Slough, Brighton
Chris is an experienced sales professional with multi-level communication skills. Chris spent many years with Kimberley Clark in different roles and divisions before moving onto Metsa Tissue. Chris has also spent 4 years in facilities management developing existing and new business accounts.