A Real Coup for Conservatory Outlet Group
Oct 1, 2018
Conservatory Outlet Group has made another high-profile appointment to its expanding leadership team. A well-known face within the industry, Shaun McAllister joins the team in the newly created role of Retail Operations Director, to support the next level of growth for the Group.
Shaun’s position will assume strategic responsibility for operations at both Clearview Home Improvements and Pennine Home Improvements – the Group’s two industry-leading retail businesses – ensuring a smoother end-to-end customer journey for the home-owner.
Shaun brings with him a wealth of industry experience from his 10 years as Divisional and Conservatory Operations Director at Anglian Home Improvements, and most recently, as Director of Central Services at Everest.
Greg Kane, Conservatory Outlet Group’s CEO, explains: “Shaun is unrivalled in his experience and reputation and his appointment is a very welcome addition to our already very strong leadership team. Shaun personally delivered a great level of assistance to a number of members of our team during his time as Managing Director at the GGF and we couldn’t be more delighted to welcome him on board.”
The CO Group, formed in April 2017, also includes fabricator Conservatory Outlet Limited, which has experienced consistent, sustained growth YOY for the past ten years and is on target to achieve £20m turnover by 2019. The addition of two leading retail businesses to the Group has allowed the fabricator to understand, and get closer to the customer than ever before, delivering huge benefits for its Network members across the UK.
Shaun McAllister, Group Retail Operations Director, adds: “I’m thrilled to be joining the team – I’ve always been a great supporter of the Conservatory Outlet model and of course Greg and Mick – two of the most genuine people in our industry. I hope my experience will give new strength and depth to retail operations, ensuring Clearview, Pennine and the wider Conservatory Outlet Network are top of the industry for years to come.”