Simon is a little older than most social media managers but he has amassed over 800 followers on his personal Instagram page since setting it up last year, which he has told us is a pretty astonishing figure. We love having him around the office and he makes a mean Cortado, he learnt the recipe during his time spent in Vienna in the 40s.
Barry grew up in Oldham at the height of the 70s and developed a keen interest in pottery before deciding that wearing expensive suits and partying in toilet cubicles was more his thing. Since he joined the What Willy brand stocks have quadrupled and morale has mostly lowered. The workplace environment has become actually quite toxic and he’s not a very nice man.
Jane grew up in Skegness and had a passion for mathematics from an early age. After reading a book about the Fibonacci sequence she decided that a career working with the beauty of mathematics was for her. She met Willy on a train to Birmingham as he struggled to add his change up to pay the conductor and their relationship involving numbers and that has grown ever since.
Clark is a man who could get on with anyone. He’s great with clients, he brings them in, he keeps them, he shows them a good time. He’s been to Center Parcs Woburn Forest more times with clients than he’s been with his wife and kids, he just loves it. He’s always the last man standing on a night out and he really helps the team to blossom with his can-do attitude.
Gwendoline was born in Paris to wealthy parents but then decided to flee to London to escape their horrifyingly thoughtful and caring grip. She sofa surfed painfully for almost a week before getting a job as sous chef at a well known Mayfair restaurant run by a friend of her father. Working her way up to head chef over a period of three years she decided to leave after deciding that “the future of food is on Instagram because first we eat with our eyes”.
Laura’s background was originally in textiles but she struggled with a fear of corduroy and decided that “cleanliness is next to godliness”, she hasn’t looked back since and helps to keep all work surfaces squeaky clean at all times. In her spare time she’s learnt to play the viola.
I pride myself on bringing joy to all of those around me, at all times. I’ve made it my personal mission to do this. There is very little else for me to do. I graduated from the University of Good Vibes in 2017 and went on to win Crufts the next two years in a row without an owner. I have been described as “the goodest boy” by many people with a lack of basic grammar skills. I live to bound around. Woof.