Meet the team at James Tobias - Regional Business Manager, Dan Goodall

At James Tobias relationships matter to us. Our team consists of individuals that are knowledgeable, imaginative and consistently push boundaries and we are proud to work with clients who see us as an extension of their team.

In this blog we meet Regional Business Manager, Dan Goodall. Keen golfer and Chelsea supporter, Dan lives in Crawley with his wife Carrie-Ann and two children, Sienna age 7 and Will age 5. Let’s find out more about Dan…

As Regional Business Manager at James Tobias, what does your role involve?

I cover the majority of our London accounts, the client liaison for those we work with, dealing with projects, presentations and any questions which arise throughout the project. Where I live it means I’m really connected with the London network and can use my connections to help showcase our bespoke products and continue to develop those relationships.

How long have you worked at James Tobias?

I’ve now been with James Tobias for just under eight years, but have been working in the construction industry for 16 years.

Why James Tobias?

When I worked at a previous company, we worked with James Tobias and they were always known for their quality products, bespoke design and a great service with exceptional fitting.

As a business, we compete because we take our innovation and products so seriously, whilst having brilliant people which gives us a culture that we are proud of.

How did you get into the industry?

I love working in the construction industry, it is full of like-minded individuals, who share similar values and work ethic as myself. I started my career working with partitioning at Komfort, and this has led me to James Tobias. Throughout my career I have built up a network of connections which always leads to exciting projects and opportunity.

What’s your career highlight so far?

I’ve worked on some really nice projects during my time at James Tobias, but the two that really stand out are Partnership House and Havas King’s Cross in London which showcased our bespoke StorageWall.

How do innovation and sustainability feature in your work?

It has been really interesting to see in recent years that young designers all over London naturally incorporate sustainability into their day to day designs. Our products naturally complement their designs as it is an integral part of our innovation. As a business we are FSC certified, our timber is sourced from the UK and our new RPC (Recycled Plastic Composite) eco-material is being used in our popular StorageWall system. We are always thinking innovatively and even pre-Covid, we had solutions for flexible working and products for private workspaces, such as our Retreat booths and StorageWall. We are already prepared and continuously innovating for the NextGen of working.

If you’d like to discuss your next project with Dan, please get in touch today.

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