Sky’s the limit for busi­ness­man’s plans

Perthshire Advertiser - - SPONSORED CONTENT - Rachel Clark

Daniel Web­ster A Kin­ross-shire busi­ness­man is look­ing for­ward to bring­ing a range of new ideas to the town - in­clud­ing every­thing from hot air bal­loons to honey.

Daniel Web­ster, who grew up in Kin­ross, is look­ing to in­tro­duce a self-stor­age com­pany, a hot air bal­loon ven­ture and a com­pany pro­mot­ing lo­cal honey.

This comes as his com­pany Web­ster Group of­fi­cially started the fourth stage of its high-end prop­erty de­vel­op­ment at Gair­ney­bank last week, mov­ing on from its pre­vi­ous de­vel­op­ment at the Crook of Devon.

Daniel launched Web­ster De­vel­op­ments back in 2011 when he was only 19. Since then, he has built the com­pany up, and is now look­ing for­ward to his new busi­ness moves.

He said:“We’re de­lighted to be at de­vel­op­ment num­ber four with Web­ster Homes.

“Es­tab­lish­ing Web­ster Homes was a nat­u­ral pro­gres­sion from Web­ster De­vel­op­ments, it made sense to es­tab­lish our own di­vi­sion spe­cial­is­ing in the top end of the mar­ket.

“Gair­ney­bank is a fan­tas­tic and well­si­t­u­ated lo­ca­tion. Our high spec­i­fi­ca­tion homes, which can now be re­served from plan, of­fer the flex­i­bil­ity of ei­ther an ad­di­tional games room or a sep­a­rate apart­ment.

“We are con­fi­dent that they will ap­peal strongly to our mar­ket sec­tor of dis­cern­ing buy­ers look­ing for a lux­ury prop­erty with a ru­ral feel, cou­pled with the best com­mut­ing links pos­si­ble.”

How­ever, the Kin­ross-shire en­tre­pre­neur is also look­ing for­ward to his new ven­tures as well.

He con­tin­ued:“It’s a vi­brant sec­tor and we’re at­tract­ing at­ten­tion with our bright or­ange sig­nage dis­played by the side of the M90 mo­tor­way just be­fore Kin­ross.

“We’ve just bro­ken ground in Kin­ross where we are about to build eco friendly of­fice spaces, as there is most def­i­nitely a need for this lo­cally.

“As for the lo­cal honey, Web­ster Honey now has over 178 hives all over Scot­land, and pro­motes ed­u­ca­tion about bees to young­sters.

“The honey came about when we were work­ing out more ways to be­come more eco-friendly, and the need for bees emerged.

“I en­joy hav­ing many di­verse plat­forms to de­velop, it keeps it fresh for me, and I be­lieve that each sec­tor of the Web­ster Group has po­ten­tial, ex­ploit­ing many cur­rent trends.”

And as for the hot air bal­loon rides, he added:“It was started as a fun op­por­tu­nity to do some­thing dif­fer­ent, fly­ing the bal­loon all over the world.”

Look­ing to the fu­ture

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