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Movers & Shakers

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

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.

Law firm Ashton KCJ has welcomed a new solicitor, Sophie McCadney, to its commercial property team.

Ipswich-based law firm Ashton KCJ has welcomed a new solicitor, Sophie McCadney, to its commercial property team.

From left,– Mark Amis, area director for Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking in East Anglia, and Steve Harley, Ryan King, Nick Clowe, Matt Campbell and Andrew Henning.

Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has appointed Nick Clowe as the new head of its growing mid-cap mid-markets team in East Anglia, providing further support for the ambitions of local businesses.

Stephanie Newman and John Fawcett of  Birkett Long.

Two newly-qualified solicitors are celebrating after Essex law firm Birkett Long hired them following their successful training period.

Luke Hardman, Gemma Garner and Michelle Wootton of Smart Garden Offices.

Smart Garden Offices, based at Thurston near Bury St Edmunds, has recruited seven new team members, four in manufacturing roles and three to its client support team.

Dr Aled Jones, Anglia Ruskin University.

The director of Anglia Ruskin University’s Global Sustainability Institute (GSI) is in the running to be named the greenest academic in the UK.

Joanna Millican, Birkett Long.

A Colchester lawyer who specialises in wills, trusts and probate has been recruited by Essex law firm Birkett Long.

Nancy Pallares who has joined Hayward Miller.

Specialist interim sales and training consultancy Hayward Miller, has announced the appointment of Nancy Pallares as its business development manager.

Bob Knight, who previously worked as a telephone engineer for well-known organisations including BT and the Metropolitan Police Service, is now the owner of Ovenu Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.

A former engineer has swapped his toolbox for the opportunity to run his own company after starting out in business as a professional oven valeter. Bob Knight, who previously worked as a telephone engineer for well-known organisations including BT and the Metropolitan Police Service, in a career spanning more than 35 years, is now the owner of Ovenu Lowestoft and Great Yarmouth.

Maria Peyman of Birketts with colleagues Katherine Shadbolt and Kitty Rosser.

Maria Peyman has joined the commercial litigation team at law firm Birketts as a senior associate.

Ashley Gogan, Bedford Lodge

A four-star hotel in Newmarket has appointed a new face to head up its conference and events service.

Edward Lloyd who has joined Genesis PR.

Genesis PR, based at Holbrook, near Ipswich, has appointed Edward Lloyd as account director.

Natasha Davies, Tom Holloway, Ollie Prescott, Rachel Wilby and Omar Khattab, the five new appointments at Cloud Media Insight.

Ipswich-based media monitoring and analysis firm Cloud Media Insight has appointed five new executives.

From left, Stuart Simmonds, Nico Reeves, Alex Fairfull , David Fisher, Matt Williams and Joe Fairfull at Suffolk Installers.

An award-winning entrepreneur has joined a fast growing East Anglian energy company that is celebrating a multi million pound turnover just two years after launch.

Peter Driver (left) receives his TOCA award from Ransomes Jacobsen managing director Alan Prickett

Peter Driver, public relations manager at Ipswich-based commercial mower makers Ransomes Jacobsen, has scooped an international writing award.

From left, John Nicholson,  Andy Bloomfield  and Chris Pont of IJYI.

Ipswich-based software development firm IJYI has taken on its second apprentice in the space of six months.

Oliver Crichton and Ruth Sunaway of Birketts.

East Anglian law firm Birketts has announced the promotion of five senior associates to partner status across its four offices, including Oliver Crichton and Ruth Sunaway in Ipswich.

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Alan Wilkinson with KLH Architects  partners Martyn Goodwin (left) and Alan Howard (right).

Ipswich-based KLH Architects has expanded its service offering by bringing on board a well-known education sector specialist.

Focus managing director James Mercer with new recruits Sebastian Crisp, Verity Stone, Elliott Allen and Adam Hurrell.

Colchester-based digital and offline agency Focus has welcomed four new members of staff, strengthening the team across creative, client services and research.

Concertus Design & Property Consultants has welcomed Neil Turvey, Sarah Cossey, Sarah Layton and Kay Boyden .

Ipswich-based Concertus Design & Property Consultants has appointed four members of staff to senior positions.

Neil Darwin, chief executive of the Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP

The Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) has appointed Neil Darwin as chief executive.

Andrew Rowe, managing director of Concertus.

Andrew Rowe, managing director at Ipswich based Concertus Design & Property Consultants, has been appointed as finance director for SPACES, the new society that has been formed from a merger between SCALA (Society for Construction and Architecture in Local Authorities) and SCEME (Society of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers serving Local Government).

Writtle College outgoing chair Lise-Lotte Olsen and incoming chair Julia Smith.

Julia Smith has been appointed to take over as chair of Writtle College’s board of governors.

Gotelee Solicitors chief executive Alistair Lang, new partners Marie Allen and Diana Infanti and senior partner Brian Morron.

Ipswich-based Gotelee Solicitors has promoted two associate solicitors to join the firm’s partnership.

Ipswich Building Society has appointed Valerie Dias  to the role of non-executive director and chairman of the society’s audit and compliance committee and a member of the board risk and assets and liabilities committees.

Long-serving manager Laurence Thomas has retired from Kent Blaxill after a 43-year stint with the East Anglian building supplies company.

Sarah Sharlott, chief executive of the Ipswich-based Realise Futures.

Sarah Sharlott, chief executive of Ipswich-based Realise Futures, has been giving budding social entrepreneurs “down under” the benefit of her experience of heading an award-winning social enterprise.

Raelle Goates, Luke Tubby and Rachael Woollard of Creative Intent.

Ipswich-based design and web development consultancy Creative Intent has welcomed three new employees to its expanding team.

The new Business of Saxmundham management committee, from left, Carl Page, treasurer, Peter Ewart, chair, Shelley Nott, vice chair, Lin Barnes, secretary, Jake Barton and Chris Wightman. 
Photograph: Robert Foyers.

Businesses of Saxmundham (BoS) has reorganised and expanded its management committee to help strengthen its work in supporting firms in and around the town.

James Gotts who has been appointed greenkeeper at the RJ National, Ransomes Jacobsen's three-hole golf course in Ipswich.

James Gotts has been appointed as greenkeeper of the “RJ National”, Ransomes Jacobsen’s three-hole golf course located at its European headquarters and manufacturing facility in Ipswich.

Rob Legge, chief executive,UK & Europe, at Servest (left) with Henry Watts, who has become chief executive of its catering division.

Bury St Edmunds-based facilities management firm Servest Group has announced two promotions within the senior management team of its catering division.

Christopher Hardman of Berridges who has been invited to be a Fellow of the Institute of Registered  Valuers, – one of only 42 in the country.

Christopher Hardman, owner of Berridges the Jewellers in Ipswich, has recently been invited to join as a Fellow of the Institute of Registered Valuers.

Tony Mann, Charlie McEntree and  Andrew Johnson of Woodward Markwell.

Ipswich-based insurance brokers and financial advisers Woodward Markwell continues to grow and has just recruited Tony Mann and Charlie McEntee.

Ex-Para Terry Byrne, 30, who has joined Persimmon Homes Essex  as an assistant site manager, on Mount Kilimanjaro.

An injured war hero from Colchester has made the switch from battlefield to building site, as house builder Persimmon Homes continues its recruitment drive to bring hundreds of ex-military personnel into the business.

The new marketing team at Denny Bros features Lucy Denny, Nicola Salisbury, Paula Armstrong and Stephie Castling.

Bury St Edmunds-based print business Denny Bros has strengthened its marketing team with the addition of a senior marketing executive who will drive the company’s continuing campaign to increase awareness of its brand of multi-page leaflet labels known as Fix-a-Form.

Geoffrey Wood, who is to be the new dean at the Essex Business School.

A new dean has been appointed to take the helm at Essex Business School.

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