The founder of business utility provider Everflow has stepped back from his CEO role in a management shake-up.
Former engineer Josh Gill launched the business in 2017 after spotting a gap in the market for an ethical water retailer, when the Government first announced it was deregulating the market for business water suppliers, ending regional water companies’ monopoly. After starting the business at home the company grew to more than 2,000 customer in its first year – and it now offers additional services and serves more than 60,000 customers.
Now, following a partial management buyout, Everflow has announced a change in its executive leadership, with Mr Gill stepping back from his operational role. Craig Dallison, formerly chief growth officer, will take over as the new CEO.