Solid Sheds Appoints Experienced Business Woman Jo Haigh To Its Board
Tue 21 Feb 2017
Multi-award winning Jo Haigh, CEO of fds Director Services Limited has been appointed as the Non-Executive Chair of Solid Sheds, a market leading manufacturer and retailer of quality timber buildings from storage sheds to garden offices.
Jo Haigh is an extremely experienced NED and business woman and was named NED of the year in the Non-Executive Director awards in association with Peel Hunt and the Sunday Times.
Solid Sheds manufacture timber buildings using an old-style process and attention to detail that results in bespoke eco-friendly buildings which last for many years. Their highly trained and motivated sales team has allowed the company to grow substantially and garner a reputation for a unique and personal service as well as high quality products.
Solid Sheds, who between the shareholders have 37 years’ experience, have developed relationships with the best timber suppliers and wholesalers. These relationships, combined with the skills of their fully trained and qualified staff, have resulted in a reputation for craftsmanship and fine quality which is second to none.
Jo has joined Solid Sheds to support them in their continued growth and assist in their vision of becoming a world class manufacturing business, taking advantage of their market leading position.
Jo Haigh said
“I am extremely excited to join the team at Solid Sheds. There is so much potential in this business and I can’t wait to get stuck in and help the tam there achieve their goals”.
Andrew Hayes, CEO for Solid Sheds said of the appointment
“I am very excited with the appointment of Jo as her experience, knowledge and super professionalism can only have a very positive impact on Solid Sheds to help us push on to realise our true potential.”
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