Commercial gas specialist CNG has announced an influx of new faces to assist with its continued growth.
CNG, which recently announced it is embarking on the development of a new brand, has welcomed eleven new starters, as well as graduate Katie Westerman, who returns in a full time capacity having worked at CNG during her degree.
The team is now 112 strong, with the new additions boosting service provision across the Customer Service Desk, IT and Communications, Siteworks, Sales and Credit Control teams.
The business is continuing to grow, having reported a 20 per cent increase of its retail portfolio within twelve months and is well underway with the development of its electricity offering, currently on track for launch in 2016.
Having re-secured its Investor in Customer accreditation in 2015, CNG has proven that consumers are increasingly interested in firms outside of the Big Six and its move into electricity is focused on empowering the consumer; better communication, better service and increased transparency.
CNG MD Jacqui Hall said:
Attracting new, quality staff is something we invest time in as we know these are the people that can help us maintain high standards as we grow. Our latest recruits have all demonstrated the inherent CNG qualities we look for; putting the customer at the forefront of all we do.
This is an exciting period of growth as we work towards our new brand and electricity offering.
Returning graduate, Katie Westerman said:
The opportunity to head up the start of an internal marketing function at CNG was too good to miss. I can utilise my key skills and degree in this role, all within a growing, ambitious company that promotes a fantastic culture.