Monday, April 15, 2024

Two new starters bolster APSS team

Lincolnshire-based commercial interior design and fit out firm APSS has taken on two new recruits to help strengthen the team as demand continues to rise for office design and refurbishments post pandemic.

About to enter its 25th year of business, the office refurbishment company has received increased levels of enquiries to help businesses across the UK adapt their workplace to reflect a more flexible and hybrid working environment.

Both Simon Atkinson and Lee Morris join the team to support customers in their journey to a more efficient and productive workspace.

Simon has joined as a Business Development Manager focusing on potential new customers across the East Midlands. He has seven years’ experience within the commercial interiors industry and in previous roles he strategically focused on opening new pipeline opportunities.

Lee has joined the project management team and will be helping to deliver projects to the highest standards for clients across the UK, ensuring the company fulfils its Customer Satisfaction Promise by helping sites to run efficiently. He will ensure accurate costings and orders, so projects are completed on time and within budget. Lee has moved from Leicester City Football Club where he helped deliver internal projects with the stadium and training facilities.

Stuart Marsland, sales director for the office refurbishment company, said: “APSS is going from strength to strength as the business continues its growth. As a company, we are now looking forward to how we can help businesses achieve their ideal look in 2022 with a full design and build, refurbishment or to expand on their existing space with a purpose-built office mezzanine.

“Simon’s previous experience gives him a fantastic starting point as he already knows the ins and outs of the industry and his experience will be invaluable in driving new business within APSS. Whilst Lee is in the perfect position to manage our customers’ expectations on site.”

Since July, APSS has recruited five new staff and is still looking for more.

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