LOLLY CONTINUES ITS RAPID EXPANSION -Hospitality software house sees remarkable growth-

Lolly, the hospitality technology specialist, is excited to announce that due to the company’s remarkable growth over the last year, the team has further expanded.


Jane Pople has joined as marketing manager, where she will be responsible for running all marketing programmes across the business, working closely alongside the sales and account management teams. With previous roles including head of content for a global ecommerce brand to PR account management across the tech space, Jane brings over a decade of digital marketing experience to the team.

She comments: “Lolly is an exciting business with so much to offer, and it’s great to be working on some really interesting projects focused on driving business efficiencies in the hospitality sector.”

Harriet Gribble has taken on the position of product manager, supporting the future development of the Lolly app and bringing data insights further into the heart of the business – to help shape future direction. Harriet was previously head of product for a global homeware brand, with over 18 years’ experience working in ecommerce.

She adds: “I’m delighted to have joined Lolly at such an exciting time in our growth journey as we reach new markets and innovate to stay ahead.”

Gordon Atkins has been appointed account manager, responsible for looking after Lolly customers – to ensure strong client relationships, account growth and retention. With over 25 years’ experience in POS, he brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the marketplace.

He adds: “I choose to work for Lolly, because it is a market leader in hospitality software, payments and solutions with an already strong customer base.”

Rachel Wicks joins as data entry & systems administrator. This role involves actioning ticket requests from sites to update products, menus and POS changes on LollyHQ. She has 19 years’ experience as a data analyst within the civil enforcement industry.

She comments: “It will be excellent to work in and learn about a new industry within a growing organisation.”

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Thomas Clarke also joins as a data entry and systems administrator. His last role was data entry and system administration in the freight forwarding industry.

He adds: “It’s great to join the business during an exciting time. I am enjoying working with a fantastic group of people who are supportive and make the culture of Lolly so great.”

Danny Goodacre takes on the role of IT Network & Security Officer, focusing on IT, networks and security and working closely with the IT infrastructure team. Before joining Lolly, he worked in hospitality covering networks and devices, focusing on cloud architecture and certifying in AWS.

He comments: “I believe I can relay some of my experience across the company’s infrastructure and we can do more great things with an already awesome product.”

Peter Moore, CEO of Lolly, said: “I’d like to welcome all our recent new starters as we continue our rapid expansion in these exciting times. It’s also great to read all their positive comments, because our success is reliant on the strength of our team, and their expectations as we continue to evolve and deliver to our customers.”