08 Feb 2012 02:02:19
New recruit to support growth plans
In support of the growth it has experienced since its launch in 2010, and following an increase in sales and interest from across the UK and Europe, VO4HOME Ltd, developer and manufacturer of the innovative VO4HOME domestic voltage optimisation system, has appointed Clive Creasey as sales representative.
Mr Creasey will be responsible for developing business opportunities and distributor networks across the UK – with the emphasis on Southern England – and will also play an active role in VO4HOME’s line-up of events and seminars.
Speaking of Mr Creasey’s appointment, Geoff Clifton, business development manager, said: “We have invested in the development of our manufacturing systems and resources to increase output, and the next logical step is to increase our sales resources with the focus being on distributor networks. We are extremely pleased to welcome Clive to VO4HOME and we believe that he will add tremendous value to the team.”
One of the first events Mr Creasey will attend is a sustainability seminar, which will take place at Brighton’s Dyke Golf Club on 28 March. Delivered specifically with electricians and installers in mind, the seminar – which coincides with the NHS Day of Action on Sustainability – will feature a number of presentations on energy management and sustainability.
Also attending the event will be market leading commercial voltage optimisation company and manufacturer of the award winning Powerstar system, EMSc UK Ltd, whose representative will be delivering the company’s acclaimed energy efficiency presentation, which highlights how larger commercial companies can benefit from voltage optimisation.
VO4HOME is a voltage optimisation system that is designed for use in homes and small businesses. The solution optimises incoming voltage to a constant 220V, giving households immediate and significant energy savings of between 330lbs and 500lbs on CO2 emissions each year while saving between £130 and £200 in electricity costs annually.
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