Lolly Makes Series of High-Profile Appointments

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Chris Brown
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Lolly Makes Series of High-Profile Appointments

Exciting Growth and Innovation Plans for 2023 as Lolly Welcomes New Appointments

With an exciting year of continued growth and innovation planned for 2023, Lolly, the hospitality technology specialist, has made a series of high-profile appointments – Angela Durnin as finance director and Paul Markey as business development manager.

The new finance director, Angela Durnin, will be supporting the business as it scales, developing financial strategies that support business growth. With a background in consulting and banking, working for organizations such as The Bank of England, Barclays Bank, and Deloitte, Angela was keen to transfer these skills to join a growing SME. She comments: “I was impressed by the energy of the team at Lolly, as well as the exciting product range. It will be great to be part of their growth plans – with a new, digitally-enhanced, hospitality world just around the corner.”

Paul Markey comes on board as business development manager, where he will work across the entire Lolly estate. His focus will be centered around developing new accounts, as well as monitoring customer satisfaction with existing clients. With more than 20 years’ EPoS experience across training, implementation, and development, he adds: “I wanted to be at the forefront in the sector and to join a progressive business. Lolly has so far exceeded my expectations.”

Peter Moore, CEO at Lolly, says: “I’m delighted to welcome Paul and Angela to Lolly. We are coming to the end of a really successful year in 2022, following a plethora of new product launches and the award win for Tech Product of the Year at the Restaurant and Bar Tech Live show. Having their combined expertise on board will support the company’s planned growth and expansion into new markets in the UK and overseas.”

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