Yo ho ho – we’re on a seasonal high and looking forward to a storming 2015 as we continue to expand and ramp up our recruitment drive.
A recent raft of exciting developments has seen The Right Fuelcard Company (TRFC) open a new office at Copthall Bridge in Harrogate. Our seven-strong team of seasoned sales professionals comprises Sales Manager June Forsyth and our fab crew – Emily Bedford, Holly Deane, Greg Gray, Rosie Murray, Holly Parker and Tara Richardson.
TRFC – which also recently clinched the prestigious Investors in People status with our sister company Be Fuelcards – is marking a major growth drive. The business has boosted its team by over 40% across the last quarter and is delighted to have attracted exceptional sales personnel from wide-ranging companies.
Explains June: “Opening in Harrogate as a dedicated sales office further expands our breath of experienced personnel across Yorkshire – providing complementary skills to enhance the existing talent in our Leeds sales office. The move has enabled us to ramp up our sales capacity quickly – while still maintaining our high standards and quality driven ethos.”
2015 is forecast to be a vibrant year for the Harrogate team who champion TRFC’s ethos of adding value to SME businesses by giving them savings and simplifying and improving the way they buy fuel. The team’s continuous improvement and CSR drive includes operating in a paper free environment – providing a win-win’ for the team and the workplace.
TRFC’s vibrant client portfolio spans multi-national companies to SME’s. If you enjoy sales, and seek an environment where you can realise your potential, we have sales roles up for grabs. There’s always a buzz in our dynamic working environment with our open plan sales office and our professional vibrant sales team, where healthy competition sparks confidence and financial success.
Previous sales experience is essential however, as company which is a renowned people champion that invests heavily in developing its employees to reach their full potential, we constantly train on the job.