H&H Reeds appoints new director of business development

A sign writing firm has appointed a new business development manager to support the growth and development of its services in the North West and Scotland.

H&H Reeds has appointed Steve Grimshaw who will be responsible for supporting existing portfolio relationships, as well as exploring new opportunities and securing new clients.

With a background in local and regional strategic business development and data communications, Steve has a wealth of experience gained through senior roles at Cumbria Newspapers, Newsquest Cumbria and more recently Bidfood.

H&H Reeds said that with a proud Cumbrian heritage, this move is an investment for the business as they continue to create solutions that work for their customers across the region and beyond.

Commenting on his appointment, Steve said: “This is a really exciting opportunity for me to join a forward-thinking company focused on sustainability.

“I look forward to working with the H&H Reeds team to create innovative solutions for our customers, across our unique portfolio.”

Based in Kirkoswald in the lower Eden Valley, Steve loves getting out into the local countryside and walking with his partner and their cocker spaniel, Peggy.

In his spare time, he also enjoys skeet shooting and local shooting near his home town.

Speaking of Steve’s recent appointment, Jonathan Nagle, Head of Sales and Marketing at H&H Reeds, said: “It’s an exciting time at H&H Reeds as we continue to diversify and grow the business.

“We enable our clients to engage with their target audience by working with them as a valuable extension of their team.

“Steve has a proven track record of building long-term partnerships in the region and will be a great addition.”

A spokesperson for H&H Reeds added: “Sustainability is a priority at H&H Reeds and understanding the challenge companies face in reducing their carbon footprint.

“H&H Reeds is already working with The Woodland Trust on printing, offsetting CO2 emissions through the trust’s carbon capture scheme.

“They provide eco-friendly signage solutions and provide green hosting for customer websites on carbon neutral servers.”

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