A slew of senior hires have been made as summer turned to autumn on the Humber.
CVs have been sifted, interviews completed and welcomes made.
A flurry of board level appointments came as leaves browned, with key financial roles at the leading edge. And while those at the strategic end of businesses command the attention, taking the helm in turbulant times - trainees are also abounding, with one regional accountancy practice celebrating a record cohort in 2022.
All these, with many more inbetween, feature in our seasonal round-up of moves and appointments, brought to you in association with Immingham-based OLG Recruitment.
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Experienced finance professional Sarah Marshall has joined East Yorkshire-based Integra Buildings as the modular construction company’s finance director.
Sarah, who has 27 years of experience working in finance roles, was most recently at Kingspan Access Floors in Hull. She said her main focus is to assist the board with strategic plans for growth and expansion.
Sarah, who grew up in Winterton, North Lincolnshire, said: “Joining an exciting, fast-moving business like Integra was an opportunity I couldn’t turn down. I felt Integra was a nicely-sized business, in an impressive and growing sector, for me to take on my
first finance director role. It felt the right time in my career to make the step up and I’m delighted to be given the opportunity to further my skills and experience.
“From my first day, everyone in the business has been incredibly welcoming. It was clear from the outset that I’ve joined a talented and passionate team, and I’m now focused on supporting the business as it continues to grow and evolve.”
Sarah began her career as an apprentice in the finance team at Geest Foods, which went on to become Bakkavor. After 15 years of growth and development within the business, She moved into a finance role at Eastern Airways, before joining Grayton Engineering in Immingham. Sarah’s career then took her north of the Humber when she joined Genius Foods.
Gary Parker, managing director at Integra, said: “We’re delighted to have Sarah on board. Her experience working in finance roles across a variety of industries will be an asset to the business as we look ahead to an exciting period of further growth.
“Having recently celebrated our 25th anniversary, we’re continuing to grow in a fast-moving and dynamic sector. Sarah’s appointment will add to the expertise in our leadership team as we deliver our current portfolio and support the board in their strategic plans for future growth including increasing our turnover to £60 million and the future expansion plans for our site in Paull.”
Sarah joins Integra’s existing team of directors, led by Gary alongside Paul Tansey, Chris Turner, Mike Marriott and Jim Butler.
Associated British Ports has welcomed Greg Lacey as head of property in the Humber.
He joins the team following over three years as senior asset manager for Tilstone Partners, looking after a portfolio of three million sq ft of specialist warehousing across the North West and Yorkshire.
Prior to the work on behalf of Warehouse REIT Plc, he worked for Asda and CEG in Leeds, gaining a wealth of experience in acquisitions, disposals, asset, and property management. At ABP he will be responsible for property activity across the four Humber ports.
Simon Bird, regional director at ABP, said: “We are delighted to welcome Greg to the Humber ports. He will play a critical role in delivering our ambitious property strategy, which includes the historic Kasbah on the Port of Grimsby and our many ambitious development sites which all contribute to local and national economic growth.”
Greg said: “I’m hugely excited to join ABP, the UK’s leading ports group and to lead on unlocking asset management opportunities in a port environment, playing on the strengths of both freeports and the more recently announced investment zones.
“There are strong opportunities for wider strategic land development focused on port-centric logistics and manufacturing, in turn, unlocking significant economic growth and job creation. “At Humber International Enterprise Park -one of the UK’s largest allocated industrial employment sites – we have an exclusive proposition to attract multinational occupiers across a range of business sectors who want to achieve supply chain resilience and quick access to global markets. The Humber ports are an exciting place for new and existing customers to invest, and ABP is strongly placed in what continues to be a supply constrained industrial and logistics sector.”
Immingham-based integrated engineering solutions company OLG has appointed Steve Laird as vice chairman, with Jo Fox taking up the vacated group financial director role.
The second generation figure in the family business has been with the company since 1992, and has served as financial director since 2011
He will remain an executive director of all group companies in addition to assuming responsibility for the group corporate governance and, in his absence, perform the duties of the chairman - father Jeff Laird.
Jo becomes the new group finance director, having joined in early 2020 as financial controller. Using strategic financial and analytical information to support the board of directors to adapt to the effects of the global pandemic, she has overseen the implementation of new systems and processes allowing the sharing of information across the business, as well as strengthening controls and data management.
Her experience in finance covers more than two decades of audit and financial management giving her practical and hands on approach to financial leadership.
As group finance director, Jo will oversee the business functions that support the wider group.
She said, “As we see a return to growth for the group, I am thrilled to be able to join the other directors in providing a stable platform for an exciting future.”
The group, rebranded from On Line Group, operates six businesses ranging from process design solutions to specialist recruitment and media.
Offsite modular manufacturer, M-AR , has strengthened its leadership team with the promotion of Paul Cunniffe and Mark Fox to the board as directors.
It is a move described as signalling the Hull company’s intention to continue its successful journey as part of an ambitious five-year growth plan. Paul and Mark have both built their experience in a variety of roles over recent years, during which time the company has grown and evolved at a rapid pace.
Paul, M-AR’s new pre-construction director, is responsible for overseeing all projects prior to works starting on site, seeing them successfully through the tender process and on to site. He will act as custodian of this process, smoothing the way and making sure clients are kept informed throughout while continuing to build the foundations to support M-AR’s future growth trajectory.
Mark becomes operations director, responsible for all operations both in the factory and on site, with a major focus on quality and safety. In the two and a half years he has been at M-AR, he has overseen the move to its new larger factory to meet increased demand. He’s also implemented new procedures which ensure that the factory is always operating at maximum efficiency, manufacturing high quality modules and therefore minimising snagging on site post completion.
Ryan Geldard, director at M-AR said: “We pride ourselves on being a forward-looking, innovative and dynamic company. The fact that our board of directors all share the same passion for the fantastic work we do for our clients helps us to constantly look at different ways of working to get the best possible outcome for our clients. I’m proud to have Paul and Mark on the board – they’re both key assets and great people.”
John Good Group has scaled its executive leadership team to match its ambitious plans to develop further and expand its products and services.
The new hires include former Origin Pharma Packaging marketing director Rich Quelch , who joins as chief marketing officer and former Good Travel Management director David North , who joins as chief innovation officer.
Rich adds 15 years of marketing experience from both a business and agency perspective and will be responsible for the marketing strategy across the group and its subsidiaries. He said: “It is an exciting time to be joining the team. Born in Hull and growing up in the same area as the John Good Group, I was drawn by its purpose-led approach and vision; it was an opportunity I couldn't turn down. I can't wait to support the group's future growth aspirations, but more importantly, the passion for delivering a positive social and environmental impact we have set out to achieve in the coming years."
David delivers extensive experience in product, services, and proposition, with a career spanning 20 years within travel and technology companies. He will drive innovation across the group, building on work already in place and establishing a leading innovation function focused on client needs and driving additional value.
Adam Walsh, John Good Group chief executive, said: “Rich and David bring great knowledge and insight to the group, and I am delighted to welcome them to the team as we advance our growth goals and expectations for the business."
Beverley Building Society has appointed Christopher White as its new chief financial officer. He takes up the position after Janet Bedford, who previously held the position, became chief executive.
Christopher, a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, has significant experience in financial services and the building society sector. He spent seven years at PwC specialising in providing assurance services before a decade at Darlington Building Society, during which time he rose to the post of chief financial officer.
Janet said: “The board is delighted to appoint such an accomplished financial services professional with significant executive and board-level experience in the building society sector. Christopher clearly has a proven track record in helping to drive growth across commercial and operational areas, through the delivery of a proactive financial strategy and we are confident that he will play a significant part in strengthening our financial position within our East Riding heartland and nationally.
“The Beverley is a traditional building society that provides an outstanding personal service and a flexible, common-sense approach to lending, together with great value savings products and this appointment is another key step in our strategic plan to build on these impressive foundations.”
Christopher said: “I am really excited to be joining the Beverley and am looking forward to leading the society’s finance department. A really important part of the society’s next phase of development is growing its membership and mortgage book and I look forward to helping its team achieve this in line with its mutual principles and founding purpose of ‘building better futures’.”
It comes as four new non-executive directors have been appointed to add further experience and strengthen the board.
Yorkshire-born Stephen Smith brings 30 years’ experience in the financial services sector, having spent the past 25 years working for Legal & General, most recently heading up its mortgage and housing-related retail businesses.
Mark Robinson is the retiring chief executive of sector peer Market Harborough Building Society, and hails from North Lincolnshire.
Skipton-based Bob Andrews has spent 35 years in mortgage lending, operations and insurance sectors, and is chief executive of fellow mutual Benenden Healthcare and non-executive director at the Association of Financial Mutuals.
Chartered director and fellow of The Institute of Directors, Barry Meeks , is a highly experienced financial services senior independent director and committee chair, with specific expertise in mortgages and banking. He is currently an independent non-executive director and risk co-chair for a recently licenced new challenger bank, as well as chair of risk for a financial services and technology business.
Chartered surveyor Chris Noble has joined Hull’s Garness Jones , bringing a broad breadth of commercial property expertise to the firm’s professional services arm.
With more than 20 years’ in the industry, he has a significant background in advising on
developments and valuation, as well as the leasing, letting, sale and purchasing of commercial properties.
Starting his career with Scotts Property in Hull, he qualified in 2004 before moving on to work on for Henry Boot Developments in Sheffield, returning to East Yorkshire to invest in Allied Surveyors, where he was a partner and remained for 15 years, helping the business grow and expand its work across two offices in Hull and York.
In his role at Garness Jones he will work alongside professional services team members Simon Preston, Colin Garvin and Hans Nieuwkerk, growing the department. “We’re delighted with Chris’ appointment to the team as he has a wealth of experience not only in East Yorkshire, but out into York and South Yorkshire, and he has demonstrated a real passion to join us and add real value to the business and the work we do,” said Garness Group managing director Dave Garness.
“He is very keen to come in and learn about how we operate and support clients, but also bring new ideas to our team given his experience in acting for a wide range of national and local clients to provide advice on valuations, acquisitions, investments, rent reviews and lease covenant matters. Chris is also very passionate about playing a mentoring role, which is very much in line with our way of working.”
The department covers a broad range of disciplines, from providing rent reviews and lease renewals to carrying out formal valuation reports for reasons such as lending, tax, asset appraisals, accounts, pension funds and disputes.
Mr Noble, who has provided RICS Red Book secured lending valuations to most major and minor lenders in his career, and advised on many major acquisitions, said: “Having worked in this industry for around 23 years, and in and around Yorkshire in all that time, I have of course been well aware of the work Garness Jones has been involved in and how it has grown over that time. It is a business growing its client base incrementally year after year.
“I’ve known Dave Garness for many years and remember being impressed by the way he and his colleagues worked way back in 1996 when he advised our family over a potential sale of farm land, so it is great to be working for the company now.
“Dave has outlined his ambitions to further develop areas of the professional services department and I believe my experience in areas such as lease renewals and negotiations and rent reviews can really help add to the excellent work already being done by the team.”
Group firm Pure Block Management has expanded its team to support its continued growth too. Lizzie Gibson has been welcomed to support the management of residential complexes across the region.
She brings a wealth of industry experience gained at Doncaster-based property firm G2M Group and she joins after recent client wins by the firm.
Director Liam Parker said: “We’re delighted to welcome Lizzie to the team as we continue to win new business. We’re looking forward to adding more properties across the region to our portfolio in the months ahead.”
Lizzie said: “The team at Pure Block Management has a great reputation in the local property industry for excellent service, which is what attracted me to the role.
“I’m excited to be joining the company at a time when it’s investing in growth, and looking forward to playing a part in its future success.”
Two new partners have been welcomed in at Andrew Jackson Solicitors .
Edward Allen has joined its private client practice, with Sarah Snow in family.
With over a decade’s experience advising clients on a wide range of estate planning matters including inheritance tax, business succession, asset protection and wills, Edward regularly acts for high net worth individuals, with a particular focus on business owners including farming families.
He is a full member of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and for the past two years has been ranked as an ‘associate to watch’ in Chambers and Partners’ High Net Worth Guide.
Edward said: “Andrew Jackson justifiably has a reputation as being one of the region’s leading private client practices, which is praised for its expertise and diligence. I am really looking forward to playing a key role in ensuring that we continue to provide clients with an exceptional service and advice that is tailored to their needs, whilst adding my specialist knowledge and expertise of acting for clients in the agricultural sector.”
Since qualifying as a solicitor in 2008, Sarah has specialised in family law and has a broad range of experience. Sarah has particular expertise across a wide range of issues arising in disputes involving children, including in child abduction and removal from the jurisdiction cases.
She said: “Andrew Jackson is recognised as being one of the region’s leading family law practices, which is consistently praised by clients for the quality of its legal advice, understanding and expertise. I am excited to join the firm, which shares my commitment to delivering exceptional services tailored to clients’ specific requirements.”
Richard Hoare, partner, and head of private client services, said: “With his strong track record of advising clients, including business owners and farming families, in complex and sensitive matters, I know that Edward’s skills and experience will complement those of our existing team whilst further strengthening our existing practice.
“Sarah is a highly experienced family lawyer who demonstrates the utmost understanding and compassion with clients, whilst also ensuring that, where necessary, their matters are pursued in a rigorous and robust manner to achieve the best possible outcome.”
Fast-growing Scunthorpe-based Systemise Fulfilment , has welcomed Nikki Thomas as head of global human resources.
The company has several warehouses in the UK, USA and the EU - with plans for further significant global expansion. Nikki will lead the HR team across all of the firm’s warehouses.
Kevin Blackburn, director, said: “We are thrilled to have Nikki join our team. We are big believers that our team is our greatest asset and the key to enabling us to achieve our goals and our mission for our partners and customers - so hiring skilled and capable team members is the foundation for our long-term success.
“Nikki is incredibly ambitious and has a clear drive to do an amazing job and help her colleagues to succeed, too - so she was a great fit for our ambitious and like-minded team.”
As well as investing in their HR team, Systemise also recently invested in a new HR system to transform processes, to help the company operate more efficiently.
Nikki said: “I was delighted to be offered this opportunity. I was attracted to this role due to the culture, vision and core values of the business that co-founders and directors Kevin, Kylie, and the rest of the team clearly live by.
“As we grow further, we can make a difference in the industry; having a secure, well-founded HR department will help us achieve this. Our team is the main focus for me and ensuring everyone remains happy in their roles is a top priority. I’m excited to see what the future holds and feel privileged to be part of this journey.”
Local government specialist, Estelle Culligan , has been appointed by Wilkin Chapman as partner in the regulatory and public sector department.
Her appointment is seen as further strengthening the team led by Jonathan Goolden.
Estelle will be involved in local, regional, and national work, while also building a presence for the firm in the south east, where she is based.
With more than 18 years’ experience working in-house for local authorities, guiding councils on various legislative and governance issues, she brings a wealth of valuable in-depth knowledge and a great understanding of the concerns and challenges faced by councils.
“I’m looking forward to working with the department which already offers a fantastic array of services in the local government sector,” she said. “My many years’ experience as a monitoring officer and head of legal, means that I understand and have first-hand experience of the unique challenges faced by councillors and officers. This will allow me to advise on the full range of local government issues, including constitutional and governance matters, code of conduct investigations, employment, planning and housing.
“I have been aware of Jonathan and Wilkin Chapman’s reputation in the sector for several years and am absolutely thrilled and delighted to be joining such a great team.”
Mr Goolden, partner and head of the nationally recognised department, said: “I have known of Estelle for a while - she’s highly respected in the industry, so we’re really excited to welcome her to the team. She’s going to be a great asset to our department, not only increasing the skill of the team, but the capacity and reach of what we already do.
“Local government is an intensely regulated sector where imaginative and politically aware solutions which have regard to the public interest are often required. Estelle is able to think flexibly and propose pragmatic outcomes to her clients.”
Two new appointments have been made to the firm’s property team too.
Solicitor Sarah Diak has joined the Beverley branch. Born in Hull, she went to St Mary’s college before studying law at Northumbria University, where she graduated with first class honours. She carved out her specialism while training and starting her career at a law firm in her home city. “I’m a self-confessed property nerd and I find property law to be very interesting and varied,” she said.
Sarah, who has a young son, said she was attracted to Wilkin Chapman due to its regional reach and flexible working ethos.
“It was time for the next stage of my career and I am very happy to have joined a firm that has such an excellent reputation for its work and its employee relations. I have been made to feel very welcome.”
Also joining in Beverley is commercial property executive, Brian Gray . With 17 years’ experience in local government, he will be working directly with high-profile clients assisting on major projects.
“I’m passionate about delivering a great service to my clients. I believe everyone should have access to the law and strive to ensure clients are satisfied with what we can do for them as a firm,” Brian said.
Forrester Boyd, one of the region’s leading firms of chartered accountants, has welcomed a record number of new trainees.
A total of 11 have been recruited.Joining the Grimsby head office are Jack Stevens, Lola Fields, Harvey Steadman and Ethan Scott, with Ronny Capellan, Elliott Cooksey, Amy Fussey and Harvey Lidgard in Louth. Thomas Jackson and Harry Bailes take up posts in Scunthorpe, with Samuel Murphy at Beverley.
Harvey said “I am looking forward to learning the ins and outs of accountancy and developing my skills whilst working alongside some great people. Forrester Boyd is local to me and has a profound reputation in the area.”
Samuel Murphy decided to apply for the training programme in Beverley as he “knew it was a large enough firm to have a bit of everything but small enough to still give individual attention”.
Thomas Jackson, who joins the Scunthorpe team chose Forrester Boyd because “they offered a great study package and are local to me. One of the Louth trainees, Elliott Cooksey is looking forward to “learning the skills of accountancy whilst applying them to different types of businesses”.
Philip George, partner said “After another turbulent year, it is great to welcome our annual trainee intake, as it really does bring a positive feeling to the firm. We are delighted to be able to offer eleven places on our highly regarded training programme this year. We strongly believe in offering exceptional training opportunities to local students so it is fantastic that we have been able to take on a record number this year.”
It comes as Ben Godbold passed the final exams of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, becoming a qualified chartered certified accountant. He joined Forrester Boyd in 2017 from King Edward VI Grammar School in Louth, where he joined the office.
East Yorkshire-based SME funding specialist, One Stop Invoice Finance, has further strengthened its expertise with the appointment of operations and risk director, Tracey Best.
Tracey joins the team from Aldermore and brings with her more than 21 years of invoice finance experience, after working for both challenger and high-street banks.
Lynn-Marie Jameson, managing director of One Stop Invoice Finance, said: “We are incredibly lucky to have attracted such a well-thought-of and experienced invoice finance professional. Tracey is a pleasure to work with and is already proving invaluable; I’m looking forward to what the future will bring.”
Based at Laytham, but offering Invoice Finance across England and Wales, One Stop Invoice Finance provides early access to the funds owed to customers, whilst they’re waiting for invoices to be paid by customers. It is a new division of One Stop Business Finance.
Tracey said: “It's an exciting opportunity and enables me to draw on everything I have learned to date in my career, plus to learn a lot more! Everyone has been so welcoming, and it is clear to see the enthusiasm in the team.”
Andrew Mackenzie, Group Managing Director of One Stop Business Finance added: “I am delighted that we have managed to secure someone of Tracey’s calibre as the Operations and Risk Director for our new Invoice Finance business. Alongside Lynn-Marie and David Nadler as non-executive director, this gives us a senior management team that will deliver the diversification and organic growth that the group is seeking to achieve.”
Hull-headquartered 360 Chartered Accountants has appointed a second senior corporate portfolio manager.
Natalia Prasal has 10 years’ experience in all aspects of accounting and finance in both practice and industry, as well as specialising in automating accounting processes.
Managing director Adrian Hunter said she is a great addition to the 360 team.
“I am delighted that Natalia has chosen 360 for her future career development,” he said. “We are building an exceptionally talented team here and she will be a huge asset. She brings real energy and enthusiasm to the role, as we continue to grow our business across Hull, York and the surrounding areas. Our clients deserve the best possible service and engagement. That is always our primary focus.”
As well as proactively managing a portfolio of corporate clients, Natalia will lead her own team of accountants and apprentices, developing their skill set and actively mentoring them as part of their professional development. She said: “I’m very excited and motivated to be a part of such a driven and innovative company with amazing core values. 360 is constantly achieving great things, with many growth opportunities ahead both for the firm and for our individual career paths. I’m looking forward to developing my own professional skills and contributing towards any improvements in the automatisation of processes.”
Social landlord Lincolnshire Housing Partnership has appointed two executive directors to help deliver the organisation’s new five-year corporate strategy.
Shaun Harley joins the Grimsby and Boston-based organisation to head up strategy, culture and digital, arriving from Homes England, where he was director of communications.
Internal appointment Mark Coupland steps up from corporate head of customers to executive director.
Murray Macdonald, chief executive of LHP, said: “We’re excited to welcome Shaun on board. He brings a wealth of experience to the role from his time with Homes England, and we’re delighted to add someone of his calibre to our executive leadership team.
“We’re equally pleased to announce Mark’s appointment as executive director of customers. In the last four years, he has delivered some tremendous achievements. This also shows our commitment to the development of our existing employees.”
A “rising star of the UK’s hospitality industry” has been appointed as the group operations director of Harrison Leisure Ltd, the Bridlington-based hospitality group behind Salt on the Harbour, The Brunswick Hotel and The Old Floral Pavillion Leisure Complex.
Dillon Ariyaratne brings a wealth of high quality restaurant and hospitality experience to his new role including five-star hotels, Michelin-starred restaurants, exclusive golf clubs, five-star cruise ships and resort hotels.
A graduate of The Hague Hotel School and Oxford Brookes University, with a Masters in International Hospitality Management, Mr Ariyaratne joins Harrison Leisure at “an exciting and important juncture,” according to Michael Harrison, founder and owner.
“Dillon is a rising star of the UK restaurant and hospitality scene and is just what the Harrison Leisure brand is looking for right now as we enter our latest phase of growth and development. He comes highly recommended as a professional, experienced, motivated, self-assured goal setter and achiever.
“This is very much a partnership between two like-minded people intent on excellent customer service, fantastic hospitality experiences and the drive to improve standards while also constantly looking to introduce new products and services.”
Mr Ariyaratne, who started his career with the Confifi Group in Sri Lanka as a management trainee, has held senior management positions in the UK at The Ambassadors Hotel, Audley’s Wood, Burleigh Court Cotswolds, The Colonnade Hotel, Tewkesbury Park, the Hilton Group, as well as the five-star Manor House Hotel and Golf Club, where he was catering and beverages operations manager for five years, as well as a hospitality management consultant around the UK and as a hotel mystery guest.
Mr Ariyaratne said: “Joining Michael and his team at the Harrison Leisure group is a perfect fit for me as I have been looking to develop and progress my career with an award-winning hospitality group that not only has vision and ambition but also humility.
“This is a unique opportunity for me to help us become even closer to the communities of Bridlington and East Yorkshire while building our tourism business and creating new and exciting ventures. I will be looking to help Michael and the Harrison Leisure team to fine tune and develop all parts of the group while also aiming to leverage new opportunities as they become available.”
Two new trainee solicitors have joined Hull law firm Rollits, with both attracted after undertaking work placements.
Emma Horscraft was interested in a career in law when she spent a week on work experience with Rollits at the age of 17. Molly Bloom applied for a training contract with the firm after completing a holiday placement in 2019.
Emma passed her law degree at the University of Law in Leeds with First Class Honours and then stayed on for her Masters and the Legal Practice Course which she successfully completed this summer.
Molly began her law degree at the University of Hull in 2017 and also graduated with a First Class Honours degree in 2021. She stayed on to complete an MSc in Business Management which she passed with distinction before moving to The University of Law in Leeds to complete her Legal Practice Course.
Caroline Neadley, training principal at Rollits said: “We place a great deal of importance on our ability to offer aspiring solicitors the valuable opportunity of work experience. The two week programme is specifically designed to offer candidates a real insight into a career in law and the culture of Rollits. This was a key factor in helping Emma and Molly choose the legal profession and pursue their career at Rollits and we are delighted to welcome them to our team.
The Institute of Directors has boosted its East Yorkshire team with the appointment of health and safety management consultant Craig Foyle.
Craig is a chartered fellow and former president of the Institution of Occupational Safety & Health (IOSH) and specialises in project safety management, training and management systems and consultancy support for clients internationally.
He owns Foyle Safety & Management, an IOSH approved training provider, and lectures on health and safety management at the University of Hull, having previously worked for Newglaze and Jex Engineering in Grimsby.
Joining as a branch ambassador, Craig will drive greater connectivity with members, support professional development and ensure that IoD national policy reflects the needs of local directors.
He said: “I am looking forward to working alongside my IoD colleagues in East Yorkshire to support local directors. I hope to use my experience to help members maximise the potential of their organisations at this challenging time for business.”
IoD East Yorkshire branch chair Debra Leeves said: “I am delighted that Craig has joined our leadership team here in East Yorkshire. He has considerable experience as a business owner and consultant which will be an asset as we support directors in their business journeys.”
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