Monday’s movers and shakers – Promotions and appointments round-up
Business Leader Magazine looks at the last week’s promotions and appointments from across the South West…
Bristol Business Growth for Corporate Traveller
Corporate Traveller, the UK’s largest specialist provider of local travel management services for SMEs companies, has boosted its business in Bristol. Hannah Jones has been appointed as Senior Manager Operations for the Bristol region.
She joined Corporate Traveller in October 2012 as a travel consultant, based at Corporate Traveller in London, progressing to Team Leader and Senior Team Leader over the last five years. She has relocated to Bristol to take up her new role.
Victoria Pointer has been promoted to Business Development Team Leader. She joined Corporate Traveller’s Bristol team in March 2015 as a Business Development Manager, progressing to Assistant Team Leader last summer.
Michelle Hall, Business Development Manager for Corporate Traveller in Bristol added: “It’s been a busy few months for the Bristol office. It’s great to have Hannah join the Bristol office to support us on the operations side, and congratulations to Victoria on her promotion.”
Andrea Hunt promoted to partner at BDO in Bristol
Accountancy and business advisory firm BDO LLP has announced the promotion of Andrea Hunt to partner in its Bristol-based advisory team.
Andrea, who has over 30 years of accounting, audit and assurance experience, has been promoted from director to partner, one of 15 new partners across BDO’s UK offices – the highest number of partner promotions the firm has awarded.
The promotions follow the recruitment across the UK of an additional 25 new partners at BDO. The firm’s Bristol office has appointed three new partners in the past three years and has doubled the amount of space it occupies at Bridgewater House in Finzels Reach.
Wasdell expands pharmaceutical team with Qualified Person appointment
Pharmaceutical packaging provider Wasdell has appointed Colin Newbould as Director of Regulatory Affairs and Qualified Person Services.
Colin has extensive experience and has worked across the world in the pharmaceutical industry, having worked on a number of diverse projects in Kenya, Fiji, New Zealand and Vanuatu.
In his new role, Colin will be responsible for the medicines which are processed and packaged by Wasdell at their Swindon headquarters, as well as those produced at their northern manufacturing base in Newcastle and packaging facility in Burnley.
Antonia takes up Deputy Manager role
Antonia Sines has recently become Acting Deputy Manager for First City Nursing, headquarted in Swindon, and has worked her way up from starting out as a care assistant just five years ago.
Having left school with no qualifications, Antonia found herself responsible for supporting herself and her young son, Harley. She worked in a fish and chip shop to supplement her benefits but was looking for a job with more prospects. Having seen her mum work as a carer when she was younger, and having spent time accompanying her on visits, the care sector was one that appealed.
Antonia is using her experience to head up a project into how First City Nursing can recruit and retain more people into the sector. This includes breaking down the barriers people often face such as making the application process easier, identifying and attracting people with the right skills – even if they don’t have any care experience – and how to support them best through their careers.