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Adam Dunnett resigns from post at Wyevale Nurseries

Published: 13 August 2018 - Kiran Grewal

Wyevale Nurseries has announced that Adam Dunnett has decided to move on from his post as sales and marketing director and will be relocating and taking up a new challenge.

Wyevale Nurseries managing director Andy Johnson said: “We would very much like to thank Adam for his contribution to the company during the past four and a half years.

“He joined us at a time of significant change as we restructured the company and he contributed in helping us with rebranding and repositioning the business within both the amenity and retail sectors.

 

“Adam has helped build-up a really strong, capable team and we are completely confident that they will pick-up his workload in the short-term while we continue to take the business forward and appoint a successor.

“We have built great momentum in developing our product range and service in the amenity and retail sectors and this process will continue in the year ahead.”

Mr Dunnett will be taking up a new position at Hillier Nurseries in Hampshire as its amenity sales director.

He explained: “I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my time at Wyevale Nurseries and we’ve seen lots of positive developments throughout the business. I feel now is the right time to move on to a new challenge. I leave knowing that the team will continue to go from strength-to-strength. There are exciting times ahead.”  

Mr Johnson added: “We would like to wish Adam the best of luck for the future. He has been an asset to our company and a dedicated member of our team, and on a personal note, he will be missed.”

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