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Wednesday, October 12, 2016
Grant Thornton graduate recruting officer Vanessa Harvey, second from left, with new trainees, from left, Emma Webb, Olivia Adams and Sam Jenner.

The Ipswich office of accountants Grant Thornton has welcomed six new recruits to launch their careers through the firm’s training programme, and a new graduate recruiting officer for the region.

Ensors 2016 students  with two of of the firm's partners, Pictured from left, starting front row: Daniel Voysey, Jordan Chandler, partner Fiona Hotston Moore, Alex Gardiner and James Edwards; Second row, Clio Thompson, Danielle Hammans and Chynna Lari; third row: Luke Wilding and Mark Fosker; back row: Edmund Spanner and partner Graham Page.

East Anglian chartered accountancy firm Ensors has recruited 13 students who will now study for their accountancy exams.

Jane Riley, Kerseys Solicitors.

A solicitor has become a part-owner of the Ipswich law firm she joined 30 years ago.

From left, Jonathan Talbot, Philip Jeffries and David Webster of Jeffries of Bacton.

Vehicle dealership Jeffries of Bacton, which is celebrating its 65th anniversary year, has appointed two new members to its team at Bacton,

Will Self of Suffolk Life.

Self-invested personal pensions (SIPP) provider Curtis Banks has appointed William Self, 34, as executive director to its main board.

Julia Smith, chair of the board of governors at Writtle University College, Anne Jenkin The Baroness of Kennington, chancellor for Writtle University College, and Dr Stephen Waite, vice-chancellor for Writtle University College.

Writtle University College has appointed an Essex baroness, Anne Jenkin, as founding chancellor from tomorrow.

Melissa Abbott of Muntons who has been appointed national vice chairman of the Brewing, Food & Beverage Industry supplier’s' association (BFBi).

Melissa Abbott has been appointed national vice chairman of the Brewing, Food & Beverage Industry suppliers’ association (BFBi), the first time this role has been held by a woman.

The new CBI assistant regional director for the East of England, James Allen.

The CBI has appointed James Allen as its new assistant regional director in the East of England.

The London Stansted Cambridge Consortium (LSCC)'s  new chair, Alexandra Jones.

The London Stansted Cambridge Consortium (LSCC) has a new chair. Alexandra Jones, chief executive of Centre for Cities, was appointed through an open recruitment process.

Former Crisp Malting Group managing director Euan Macpherson with his successor Adrian Dyter outside the Great Ryburgh malting plant.

Crisp Malting Group managing director Euan Macpherson has retired after 29 years with the company, which has maltings in Mistley and Ditchingham.

New appointments at Alan Boswell Group, from left,  David Wheeler, Michael Henderson, Kodi Burch, Gavin Dearsley, Sinéad Brogan, Richard Sayer.

Highly experienced risk management adviser Gavin Dearsley has joined insurance brokers Alan Boswell Group to help clients with their health and safety and risk management requirements.

Kate Southgate of Banbury Howard.

Martlesham Heath-based marketing agency Banbury Howard has appointed Kate Southgate as an account manager.

Jo Perrins of Birkett Long.

Jo Perrins has returned to Essex law firm Birkett Long, which has offices in Chelmsford, Colchester and Basildon, as a chartered legal executive after a 23-year absence.

Phil McEwan, Adrian Willings and Zhanna Askarova of Crafted.

Ipswich-based digital agency Crafted has appointed three new senior staff members.

Sutherland House seafood restaurant and hotel's a new head chef Carl Slaymaker.

Sutherland House seafood restaurant and hotel in Southwold has a new head chef. Carl Slaymaker, 30, has lived in the local area all his life and has rich experience of cooking in and around Southwold.

Brad McLean, the new general manager of Thorpeness Golf Club and Hotel.

Suffolk-based hotel group TA Hotel Collection has appointed Brad McLean as general manager overseeing its golf, hotel and private members club at Thorpeness.

Andrew Burwood, Larking Gowen.

Larking Gowen senior manager Andrew Burwood has been appointed as a partner specialising in GP practices at the East Anglian accountancy firm.

Sharon Allison, Claire Sleep and Genie Barham of Ashtons Legal.

Regional law firm Ashtons Legal has appointed Sharon Allison, Genie Barham and Claire Sleep as partners, bringing its total number of partners across East Anglia to 35.

UK Power Networks'’ Lynne McDonald receiving her award from Christine Townley, executive director of the Construction Youth Trust.

UK Power Networks’ Lynne McDonald has been named Engineer of the Year - Mechanical / Electrical in the prestigious Women in Construction Awards 2016.

Ian Selby has been appointed as an independent export consultant at Your Export Department, based in Martlesham Heath, near Ipswich.

Ian Selby has joined Ipswich-based Your Export Department Ltd as an independent export consultant. Your Export Department specialises in helping small and medium-sized companies – mainly in the east of England – export to countries all over the world.

Andrew Cowan, currently chief strategy officer at MAG, has been appointed divisional chief executive at Stansted Airport.

Andrew Cowan, currently Manchester Airport Group (MAG) chief strategy officer, has been appointed divisional chief executive of Stansted Airport.

Robert Holbrook, the new managing director at housebuilder Barratt Homes Eastern Counties.

A new managing director has been appointed at leading housebuilder Barratt Homes Eastern Counties.

Bruce Burgoyne, James Royce, Natasha Clarke and Jimmy Carr of Mackman Group

Research and marketing agency Mackman has promoted four members of its staff to new positions.

Sheilah Cummins, Sarah Furniss and Jade Boyle who have  joined the team at Prettys, Ipswich.

East Anglian law firm Prettys has announced the expansion of six practice teams by hiring an additional seven people.

Caroline Kaiser is the new head of domiciliary care services at RV Care, part of Retirement Villages Group Ltd.

Following a career-changing move that started during university, Caroline Kaiser has been appointed as the new head of domiciliary care services at RV Care, part of Retirement Villages Group Ltd.

Jonathan Kini, chief operating officer at Haven.

Ipswich-based business electricity supplier Haven Power has appointed Jonathan Kini to the new role of chief operating officer. He will be responsible for overseeing Haven’s business operations.

Steve Montisci,  business development manager at Keronite.

Haverhill-based advanced surface solutions company Keronite has appointed Steve Montisci to the newly-created role of business development manager.

Colin Makin with colleagues from Ashton KCJ's employment team.

East Anglia-based law firm Ashton KCJ has recruited associate Colin Makin to its employment team in Ipswich.

Yasin Akdemir, Bahram Hawksley, Connie Lee, and Lisa Carr of PolicyBee and DigiBee.

Sister companies PolicyBee and DigiBee have taken on four new recruits.

Dr Nigel Davies of Muntons.

Dr Nigel Davies, manufacturing and sustainability director at Stowmarket-based malt and malted ingredients firm Muntons, has been placed as one of the top 100 exceptional individuals in The Manufacturer magazine’s recently-published list.

Glenda Roberts and other members of the ExploringU team celebrating its latest award.

The founder of a Sudbury-based counselling service has scooped a national award. Glenda Roberts, founder of ExploringU Counselling, received an Executive Award from the Corporate Vision Magazine.

Joanna Wallace, general manager at Bury St Edmunds Farmers Club, with, Shaw Scott, chef de partie, and Jamie Scott, head chef.

Bury St Edmunds Farmers Club introduced its new head chef, Jamie Scott, to its members at a special event at the end of November.

Rob Mehew, Sam Cook, Callie Lanham-Tolliday of Spring.

Southwold-based strategic communications design agency Spring has recruited three new key staff.

Kara Brown who has joined the design team at Anglia Factors.

Kara Brown, an interior architecture and design graduate from University Campus Suffolk (UCS), has joined the design team at Anglia Factors.

Sarah Duncan of Ashlton KCJ.

East Anglian law firm Ashton KCJ has welcomed a new solicitor, Sarah Duncan. She is based at Ashton KCJ’s Waterfront House office in Ipswich and will be working alongside the firm’s commercial property and litigation teams across all of the its seven offices.

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