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Lifestyle and Mobility look for new colleagues to run new flagship store in Harlow

In the wake of making the most of its greatest year to date and investing in new staff at its Southend store to support its service levels, effective South East mobility retailer Lifestyle and Mobility is presently growing its presence into Harlow and is looking for a new group to run the store.

Situated on the high road in Harlow, the new 7,500 sq ft. store guarantees to be the developing retailer’s “biggest and brightest” store yet, just as trusts in it to turn into its most noteworthy procuring branch in its portfolio.

As of now, the retailer has stores in Basildon, Southend, just as a specialist centre in Potters Bar.

To guarantee the new flagship store, the organization is selecting for various roles to be based at the store, including an accomplished Showroom Manager, enthusiastic Showroom Assistant, just as a proficient Mobility Service Engineer.

Featuring in THIIS’ Retailer Spotlight in 2018, Managing Director Aaron Sverdloff and Business Development Manager Darren Macey clarified how the Essex-based mobility retailer had figured out how to abstain from being drawn into expensive value wars via cautiously choosing which suppliers and products to sell.

In 2018, Aaron told THIIS: “We like to focus on manufacturers who are concerned about the quality of their products and how they are being sold – manufacturers such as TGA, Quickie, Invacare, Quantum and Ottobock. Sales of these products tend not to be driven so much by price, but more on the quality and features of the products.”

The organization has likewise endeavored to separate itself as a specialist provider of active wheelchairs and powerchairs, extending from basic to complex needs.

“It is one of the ways that we help ensure we aren’t competing with the online boys on price. Generally, these aren’t the types of products they are usually stocking because they tend to be on the higher end of the price spectrum and require more specialist knowledge,” he included.

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