Vision Linens Set for Growth with New Promotions

Vision Linens Set for Growth with New Promotions

In 2019, Vision Linens announced an exciting future in partnership with US textile giant, WestPoint Home. At the time, the acquisition deal presented a unified and dominant position for both companies in the hospitality sector.
Since then, both Vision and WestPoint Home, have grown together, taking the best elements of both organisations’ knowledge, experience and relationships to put forward. As a result, they have been winning significant contracts and nominations for global hospitality, retail and institutional and government textile customers.

Vision and WestPoint Home now look to take further steps to align even closer, which will enable them to deliver significant growth over the next three years. As a result, there are a number of changes to Vision’s structure and an expansion within their board of directors.

Promotions within the Vision Linens’ board of directors:

  • Fraser Donaldson – Divisional Sales Vice President & General Manager EMEA & APAC
  • Michelle Ryan – Chief Operating Officer
  • Mark Doyle – Chief Finance Officer

New promotions to Vision Linens’ board of directors include:

  • Daniel Lee – Vision Group Finance Director
  • Matt Bowes – Vision Group IT & Digital Director
  • Shaun Ferris – Vision Group Commercial Director
  • Justin Graham – Vision Group Sourcing & Supply Chain Management Director
  • Warren Gell – Vision Group Retail Director

Laurie Thomas, Managing Director for Vision Linens, comments, “It is my absolute pleasure to announce these promotions and I would like to offer my sincere congratulations to all those concerned. Each of these individuals have worked incredibly hard and have enabled Vision to be in the position it is today. I would also like to offer a warm welcome to Warren Gell as he joins the team. I look forward to seeing how Vision’s future unfolds under this new leadership, as they guide and support their teams within our proud and committed textile business.”