Infinity Christmas Trees appoints Chris Schofield

by | Jan 16, 2020 | News | 0 comments


Infinity Christmas Trees has announced the addition of Chris Schofield. He joins the company in the position of Senior Account Manager.

Chris trained at Hadlow College in Kent. He gaining a higher-level diploma in the production of hardy plants.
He then joined the Wyevale Garden Centre management team,. He gained experience whilst working in the retail stores. He also worked as a plant buyer based at the head office in Hereford.
Chris comes to us from St Peter’s Garden Centre Worcester. He was part of the senior management team for 15 years. He then moved from being Plant Area Manager to General Manager.
During this period of time the store grew to be the large independent centre that it is today.
In his new role as Senior Account Manager, Chris will be responsible for developing new business relationships. He’ll aim to maintain the service current customers get with the Infinity team .
He’ll also ensure that the Christmas trees provided by Infinity Christmas trees meet standards.
“We’re thrilled to have Chris on board” says David Brown, MD.
“He will bring a fresh perspective and approach to the company. With his understanding of running a large retail site and knowledge of retail sector requirements, he will bring a wealth of experience to the current team with him”

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