David Miles

ESSEX Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has elected a new secretary to lead it until the next annual general meeting in November 2009 to fill the post left vacant by Keith Brown when he became Essex FSB regional organiser.

ESSEX Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has elected a new secretary to lead it until the next annual general meeting in November 2009 to fill the post left vacant by Keith Brown when he became Essex FSB regional organiser.

The new regional secretary is David Miles who runs Divadani Limited, a website development and optimisation company which has offices in Witham and in Doddinghurst, between Brentwood and Ongar.

Essex FSB chairman, Iain Wicks said: “We are delighted that David Miles has agreed to fill the Regional Secretary role until our annual general meeting in November 2009 as he is enthusiastic, committed and determined to represent the interests of small businesses.

“He runs a number of businesses in Witham and Doddinghurst and this gives him considerable expertise to bring to his new voluntary role in our organisation.


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“David will continue his involvement in the East of England FSB Policy Unit and the Education, Skills and Business Support National Policy Committee which means there will be a good two way flow of information between these two important FSB committees and our team here in Essex.

“We wish David every success and will be giving him full support to successfully fulfil his new role over the coming months.”

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Mr Miles said: “I have been involved as part of the Essex FSB team for around three years and am looking forward to this new role as Essex FSB Secretary which will enable me to work closely with the regional organiser Keith Brown and the rest of our team of some 70 people who represent the voice of small businesses on local council committees, police consultative groups, Bank of England consultative panels and many other organisations in Essex, Havering and Redbridge.”

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