Bradley in Business
Bradley started his path to forging an empire by founding an online emporium selling goods varying from second-hand clothing and accessories to fishing rods and AK 47 shaped Vodka bottles. He then moved to a retail store to sell work wear alongside a family friend as a Store & Accounts Manager until the age of 18.
Aged 18, Bradley Wing ventured off into a larger industry selling Electricity and Gas contracts to Businesses in the UK nationwide. On the day of his 19th birthday Bradley, along with his likewise entrepreneurial cousin developed an idea to design and produce our own brand of caps to which to this day is still running while maintaining an excellent record selling Electricity and Gas contract to businesses in the UK for one of the largest corporations in the country.
After 2 years in this industry, he moved into the financial services market, generating leads for PDQ machines to small and medium enterprises as well as this he ran a part time business doing search engine optimisation for small local businesses as well as website development until the age of 21.
Bradley then went on to sell software to the international education market working primarily with both public & private educational organisations in the USA for around a year and a half managing 5 states.
To Be Continued...
Bradley Wing In Politics
From the age of 21 and with less than 6 years professional sales experience Bradley Wing's passion turned to politics, he started canvassing locally, independently and identifying concerns within his local community before being accepted as a local campaigner for the Nottingham Conservatives. He worked in close conjunction with local Conservative councillors, doing walks around the area to raise his visibility and to deliver promotional materials to his community in an attempt to get more people involved with improving the local area.
During the 2017 general election, Bradley continued working closely with the Conservative party to garner votes for Jane Hunt in the Nottingham South Constituency. Unfortunately, with a disastrous national campaign his efforts did little good in the grand scheme.
Bradley has stood for local councillor twice under the conservative party umbrella coming second in Basford (a labour stronghold) and losing out again to labour in The Meadows (another labour safe seat).
Bradley then went on to become the Conservatives Deputy Chair for Nottingham South after a party vote in which Bradley was favoured unanimously.
To Be Continued...