Monthly Archives: May 2022

  1. Wing Mirror Man Recruits Three More Staff

    pic of David, Megan and Kirsty who have joined Wing Mirror Man, the UK’s leading supplier of wing mirrors to the public and trade

    Wing Mirror Man recruits three more staff!

    Wing Mirror Man, the UK's leading supplier of wing mirrors to the public and trade, has taken on three new staff to support recent growth in sales.  

    David Murphy, 47, joins as trade sales manager. David, who has previously worked for American Golf, BT and NEC, is responsible for responding to quotations from trade customers such as car, van and truck leasing and hire companies, car body repair shops, car dealers, and MoT centres. 

    Kirsty Lewis, 45, has joined as customer support lead. Kirsty, who is also a self-employed personal trainer is responsible for responding to requests for quotations from the public on various sites such as Breakerlink, Parts Gateway, and First Choice. She is also responsible for after-sales care for public customers. 

    Megan Sheen, 23, joins as a sales assistant and deals with telephone and email enquiries from both the public and

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  2. Q & A with Tom Bailey

    Q & A with Tom Bailey

    We talk to Thomas Bailey, 20, who is the web development lead at Wing Mirror Man about his experiences of completing an apprenticeship. 

    Why did you choose an apprenticeship versus going to university? 

    I wanted to earn. I like to earn whilst I learn. I decided to do the apprenticeship because I was interested in the course associated with the apprenticeship and I knew I would enjoy the course. It was in digital marketing and was a NVQ Level 3. Interestingly, whilst I was at school and Sixth Form college there was very little information about apprenticeships. Both school and Sixth Form college wanted to talk about opportunities to go to university most of the time but I never really felt I wanted to go to university. Even at 16 I wanted to do an apprenticeship and tried to start one. However, that fell through and I ended up doing two years of A Levels which I didn't particularly enjoy but I felt that it was at least a qualification that I ended up achieving

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