Belfast-based mobility provider Disability Needs is looking to push growth by bringing in new staff to focus on sales of its new HOGGI wheelchair range.
Wheelchair technician, Danny Anderson, has joined the expanding team to help the firm on what managing director, Mark Spottiswoode, described as a ‘new journey of growth’.
Anderson has more than six years experience within the industry and is a highly trained wheelchair technician. Coming from an engineering and seat technician background, he has a wealth of knowledge that Disability Needs hopes its healthcare professionals will find useful.
HOGGI offers a range of active ultra-lightweight wheelchairs, tilt in space and compact folding chairs. The full range is designed to offer a modern, sleek, compact and sporty design with adaptable growth options for both children and teenagers. This includes the ‘Cleo’ active rigid wheelchair and the ‘Swingbo’ tilt in space wheelchair.
Disability Needs’ new HOGGI range claim to be one of the latest and most advanced paediatric mobility solution to reach the Irish market whilst also being one of the most affordable.
Spottiswoode commented: “We are on a new journey of growth, building on our most formidable assets: our product range, our reach and the strong commitment to our customers and the service we provide. Danny will only elevate our team and help us grow with strength and confidence.”
Disability needs recently bolstered its team with the addition of Andrew Smyth, business development manager – a highly regarded specialist within the bathing department of the business.