Surelight employs new Business Development Manager

18th February 2015

Holly Maddison-Bees is the latest member to join the dynamic sales team at Surelight.

com; leading LED lighting supplier in South Yorkshire. Previously based in the South of England, Holly has moved to Barnsley, just 40 minutes away from Surelight's prestigious new offices and LED lighting showroom in Sheffield. Holly started her career in the family property business as an estate agent, learning the ropes of sales from her father. During a University gap year she travelled America and discovered an interest in lighting whilst working as an assistant lighting manager intern at CBS film studios. Upon her return to the UK Holly began her journey into lighting sales for a number of UK lighting manufacturers. With many clients under her belt, Holly has worked on amazing projects worldwide from street lighting throughout the whole of Miami in the USA to large council projects throughout the UK with universities, hospitals and fire stations. Ryan Heald, marketing and design director at Surelight says -Holly has great knowledge and experience in lighting sales and we are looking forward to the positive contribution she will make to our team and allowing us to grow and expand our client base. Holly will be travelling extensively around the UK on client visits, increasing the awareness of Surelight's energy saving LED lighting and the benefits that the technology of LED can bring to businesses and residential properties. You can contact Holly on 0114 236 1606 or by email at, Find out more about Surelight at

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