Romford man named business’ new sales manager

PUBLISHED: 14:53 05 February 2018 | UPDATED: 17:20 05 February 2018

Prince Sofunmade, from Romford, has been named SaveMoneyCutCarbon's sales manager for London and Essex. Photo: SaveMoneyCutCarbon

Prince Sofunmade, from Romford, has been named SaveMoneyCutCarbon's sales manager for London and Essex. Photo: SaveMoneyCutCarbon


A man from Romford has been appointed the business leader of a prestigious water and energy saving company follow a £3.2million investment deal.

Prince Sofunmade has been named SaveMoneyCutCarbon’s sales manager for London and Essex.

SaveMoneyCutCarbon chief executive Mark Sait said the investment would expand the company’s presence on the ground in the region to deliver savings, payback and peace of mind.

He said: “It’s a fact that many businesses and other organisations like colleges and schools are yet to gain the big financial rewards from energy and water reduction. We partner with them to drive awareness and develop a sustainable operation.

“Prince is based in the region and will be on hand to work with our wider team to deliver building surveys and product specification through to project management and installation. This portfolio includes investment-ready proposals and our range of new financing solutions including a completely capital-free option.”

The company, now in its fifth year, aims to become the go-to people for homes and businesses that want to reduce their energy and water bills. It does this through its leading website, partnerships with major manufacturers and a team across the UK that offers a unique end to end service in the field.

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