Harrogate-based CNG, the UK’s leading independent supplier of natural gas for business, is building on what has been its best year yet with a further four key appointments.
Since the start of the year, CNG has ranked above big name brands for number of meter points supplied, recorded record renewals, significantly increased turnover on last year’s figures and seen employee numbers boom to cope within increasing demand for its services.
The latest recruits cover finance, sales and customer service roles which will all aid the smooth, consistent experience that CNG is increasingly renowned for. Shar Bunce, Gemma Barker and Amy Collins bring varying expertise to their respective roles from retail owner/management to financial services.
Former Rossett School pupil Jack Walls also joins CNG for a year’s placement ahead of applying for a chance to study at Durham University.
Jack Walls said:
I am excited to gain a wealth of experience at CNG which will then help me apply practical knowledge to theoretical studies while I study.
CNG has won acclaim for both its customer service in a number of regional and national awards programmes and was recently listed in the top ten fastest growing businesses in Yorkshire.
CNG MD Jacqui Hall commented:
CNG is going from strength to strength in 2012 and we are really beginning to see the shift in consumer consciousness that is attracting customers to our offering over that of the Big Six.
The result of this interest is the need for quality staff and our latest additions share the same passion and commitment to excelling in customer service that we like to promote. By hiring candidates of this calibre and investing in them, we are able to maintain our promise of one-to-one account management even as we grow.