LED Eco Lights appoints Andy Edwards in new Business Development role

Camberley, 7 January 2020 – LED Eco Lights, a leading expert in LED lighting and control solutions, has announced the appointment of Andy Edwards as Business Development Director. Andy joins the company in this newly created position to drive business growth in new markets.c1123led - Andy Edwards - Business Development Director, LED Eco Lights

Saima Shafi, Sales and Marketing Director of LED Eco Lights commented, “We are delighted to bring Andy on board as a valuable addition to the team.  His wealth of experience in engineering, construction and facilities management as well as his contacts means we can expand our product and service solution to a wider customer base.”

Andy added, “Having worked with LED Eco Lights as a supplier over the last year, I am really excited to take up this new role. The company’s innovative Goodlight LED lighting products and Light Boss wireless solutions drew me to them, as well as their impressive list of clients and customer projects.  I can now offer clients huge savings and notable benefits in energy reduction across their estates, plus support on large-scale project delivery and implementation.  My aim is to develop new projects by ensuring we use our innovation, and quality credentials to meet and exceed customer expectations.”

Andy joins LED Eco Lights with a background of around 30 years’ experience of engineering within a range of markets, supporting corporates in financial, rail, construction, security and facilities management.


About LED Eco Lights
Founded in 2006, LED Eco Lights celebrates 13 years as an award-winning LED lighting and wireless lighting controls manufacturer. Their Goodlight™ range of LED lamps and luminaires are recognised as the most reliable, bright LED lights on the market, suitable for commercial, industrial, amenity, leisure and hospitality environments. Goodlight LED luminaires are compatible with Light Boss Wireless Lighting Control for the ultimate energy efficiency.

Light Boss, a wireless lighting control system that automates a building’s lighting, was launched in 2018 and is triggered by occupancy or daylight.  It dims down the lighting when an area is unoccupied, or when it detects enough natural light and turns it back on wherever it is required, reducing energy consumption and delivering light where it is needed.  Light Boss reports on energy consumption, monitors LED and emergency lighting and connects to other building services wirelessly.  Suitable for existing and new buildings.

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