From wholesale fruit to Lime Orchard
The Lime Orchard franchise has announced that Richard Brown, a former successful wholesale fruit and vegetable business owner, has joined its garden design and construction company to take on the responsibility for business development in the Notts area.
According to the information provided, Richard, who also sold a successful Parcel Franchise business, will work closely with Lime Orchard founder Judy Behl, to develop and grow the award-winning garden transformation company which offers home owners a stress-free solution to achieving the garden of their dreams.
Commenting on his new position, Richard said, “I have an established track record in managing and growing a business and am keen to play an active role in the development of Lime Orchard. Having run a successful company in the area, I am also very familiar with the local business landscape and am excited at the prospect of applying the expertise / knowledge I have gleaned to help further shape the Lime Orchard offering. The company is already gaining an enviable reputation as a leading force in the garden transformation market and has exceeded the sales forecasts for its first year of trading so I’m delighted to have the opportunity to join the business at such a key point in its evolution. Lime Orchard has been associated with high profile projects such as Nottingham University’s entry to the Solar Decathlon project and the delivery of a number of stunning outdoor classrooms in schools / nurseries in the area and my principal role will be to continue to extend the company’s portfolio of dramatic outdoor room transformations.” (kbp)