Leeds entrepreneur to create 50 jobs as new boiler business gets fired up
A Leeds entrepreneur has announced that he is aiming to create more than 50 jobs with the launch of a new business.
The new business, Bunny Boilers, is an alternative boiler installation and servicing firm, with a Head office opening in central Leeds this week.
The company is being set up by Jordan Woods, who previously founded Woods Building Maintenance - which he sold last year.
The business is aiming to expand across the UK, aiming to offer more than 50 new jobs for administrative staff, engineers and apprentices.
Jordan commented: “Developing my next business venture over the past year during lockdown has been very exciting, and whilst it’s been a difficult year for everyone in business, there’s no time like the present to step in and shake up the industry and launch Bunny Boilers.
“When I considered launching a boiler installation business and looked at the market, I realised there was a great opportunity for a new and exciting company to enter, offering more of a relaxed feel when it comes to choosing a new boiler.
“It was also important to me to be able to offer customers a friendly service that was affordable for all people, and we are working with a panel of lenders which will help us achieve great options for our customers.”
“With the business now fully FCA regulated and all systems in place I believe Bunny Boilers will go from strength-to-strength. Since the sale and break from my last business, I’ve recharged and spent some very important time with the family, and I’m now as hungry as ever to achieve and offer opportunities for employment across the county.”
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