Mayflower Smart Control have expanded their UK team to meet demand with two appointments in as many months.
David Byers, a name well-known to many within the Highways Lighting Sector brings over 20 years’ experience to Mayflower Smart Control as UK Business Development Manager.
With notable experience in highways lighting and telecommunications, David has successfully managed a variety of complex projects whilst overcoming a range of business challenges during his time as a Senior Commissioning Engineer.
Patrick Mitchell, Managing Director, said: “With the industry constantly evolving, Mayflower are keen to be at the forefront of development, both in terms of our Central Management System and collaborating with partners to create Smart City solutions.
David’s experience in both the highways lighting and telecom industries allows him to understand and communicate these technological advances to current and potential clients. His skill set of solving challenging problems along with managing complex projects makes him a great asset to the Mayflower team.”
Supporting David’s role is newly appointed Marketing and Bid Associate, Georgia Thomas. Her First-Class Honours Business Management degree combined with marketing experience of public-sector events and cultural venues brings a fresh and alternative approach to a well-established industry.
With an understanding of corporate procurement and processes, as well as enthusiasm to continually learn and progress, Georgia is an upcoming name in the lighting industry, with what is sure to be a promising career ahead.
Mayflower Smart Control would like to welcome both new recruits to their UK team, and wish them every success in their respective roles.
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