I have worked at Weavers, on and off, all my life. I started in the early days making up gift boxes, stocking the minature bottle shleves and helping with tastings. Upon returning from studying Business Management at Newcastle University, I worked on the first Boots website; this would prove invalue when designing the Weavers site.
I joined Weavers in 1998 which has afforded me the opportunity to work in all aspects of the business. My first role was to launch our first website back in 1999, which we were regional winners for in the Online UK Buisness Awards in 2000.
In 2001 I was lucky enough to win the Nottingham Roosevelt Traveling Scholarship. For this, I spent three months travelling around the US looking, at the time, the evolution of the internet and the impact this would have on businesses. This scholarship still runs today and I strongly recommend you take a moment to find out more about it.
Over the 20 plus years I have been at Weavers I have been fortunate enough to see the business grow, along with the changes in trends of wine and spirits buying. Everyday something new comes to light and I continue to learn about the subject.
My role today involves sourcing and buying wines and spirits, running our successful Wine Club, looking after our clients and of course, designing and maintaining the website.
I also run most of the wine tasting events that we host at Weavers, including ticketed tasting events for the general public. If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please do have a look at our tasting page with dates and prices of our up and coming events.
Outside of wine, I am quite an active person with an interest in most sports; in particular squash and tennis. I also have a love of classic cars and you may see a little yellow mini buzzing around town. My mid life crisis has taken a hold in that I have recently taken up the guitar, thanks to the inspiration of my wife and children!
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