An experienced new Sales and Marketing Director is spearheading Victorian Slider’s ambitious plans for growth in 2024.
James Clack joins the business after decades spent at one of Britain’s biggest builders’ merchants, and is already making an impact at the South Wales firm.
Following its acquisition by respected growth funders BGF last year, Victorian Sliders wants to drive drastic improvements across the board. In his new role, James will play a crucial part in making these ambitions a reality.
“I’m extremely pleased to be joining Victorian Sliders at such an exciting point in its history,” James said. “Since 2005, the company has achieved incredible things, bringing a high-performance product to thousands of customers around the UK. More recently, we’ve made huge improvements in quality and customer service.
“In 2024, we want to keep building on those improvements, so we can serve the trade even better. However, we also want to bring outstanding sash window products to more housebuilders, architects and local authorities. In doing so, we won’t just be helping Britain’s buildings retain their historic character – we’ll also be creating lucrative opportunities for our trade customers, too.”
Steve Winslet, Victorian Sliders Group Managing Director, added: “We’re incredibly fortunate to have James on the team. His experience will be hugely valuable for us, as we seek to build the most successful, customer-focused business in British glass and glazing.”
Victorian House Window Group, trading as Victorian Sliders, is a group of three companies – Victorian House (Sales) Ltd, which manufactures and supplies quality ECOSlide sash windows to customers across England, Scotland and Wales; Victorian Sliders (Ireland) Ltd, which supplies windows in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland; and Sash Hardware (Foshan) Ltd, the Chinese manufacturer that makes all the group’s hardware.