The Supply Register is delighted to announce the promotion of Daniel Lawson to Commercial Director.
Daniel joined The Supply Register in August 2021 as Business Development Director, working closely with Managing Director Baljinder Kuller and the Partnership Management Teams to help convert the growing pipeline and interest in our solution this past year.
He’s been instrumental in supporting the company’s growth and has worked on several key projects alongside the wider teams.
With this new promotion to Commercial Director, Daniel will continue developing new partnerships for The Supply Register whilst becoming more involved in developing wider company initiatives.
Commenting on his promotion and new role, Daniel said: “I am delighted to be promoted to Commercial Director and this promotion further vindicates my decision to join The Supply Register 15 months ago.
I knew it would be a perfect fit when the opportunity arose to join such a market-disrupting, forward-thinking organisation. The Supply Register’s fundamental values of being Genuine, Reliable, Brave and Imaginative were a breath of fresh air to me, especially in an industry that sometimes can be much maligned and tarred by the few.
The Supply Register and its unique recruitment supply model make a true difference to the teachers we place and the schools and Trusts we serve.
So what does the immediate future hold? As Commercial Director, I will continue to add to our already impressive portfolio of Multi-academy Trusts whilst ensuring our current roster of clients genuinely feel the value our trailblazing model adds. However, I am acutely aware that to continue to be considered “trailblazing”, we must continue to evolve, challenge the norm and push boundaries.
A sentiment I know is shared not only by our MD and Founder Baljinder Kuller but also our forward-thinking, award-winning delivery teams.”
Baljinder Kuller, Founder and Managing Director at The Supply Register, added: “I am delighted to promote Daniel to the role of Commercial Director. In a relatively short time at The Supply Register, he has contributed considerably to developing our proposition and pipeline to meet the evolving needs of our stakeholders.
I am confident that Daniel will build on this momentum as he takes this new role and continues to put The Supply Register at the forefront of consideration for any School, Academy or Trust looking to remodel the approach and management of their contingent supply cover workforce.”
We wish Daniel the very best in his new role at The Supply Register!