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Teesside’s real estate agency, Clarke Munro, has hired five new staff.
The company, which has offices in Billingham and Middlesbrough, has employed a full-time sales negotiator to meet growing demand for its services, along with four apprentices.
New Sales Negotiator Alice Boddy is joined by Apprentices Kieron Leak and Ryan Dalton, while Chloe James and James Nugent are apprenticed to the TS1 team.
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Partner Wendy Clarke, who owns the business with Nicola Munro, said, “The learnings are extremely important to us; Wendy and I started our careers as interns at Thirlwells so it’s only fitting that we pay it forward and we are delighted that we were able to give four young people such an opportunity.
Marketing agency Horizon Works has appointed a new staff member to support its creative, PR and digital offering.
Holly Farr joined The Cramlington Company as Digital Marketing Manager and brings writing skills as well as website and social media management experience.
She recently obtained a Postgraduate Diploma in Marketing from the University of Sunderland and has experience in digital marketing for a range of charities and joined Horizon Works to develop her career in B2B Marketing.
She said, “Joining Horizon Works gave me the opportunity to work in a B2B marketing environment and to develop my digital marketing skills after my studies. I look forward to building my marketing career with the Horizon Works team and working on projects for our innovative clients.
Lucy Malarkey has been appointed the new Executive Director of Women in Social Housing (WISH).
She will take up her role this month, bringing with her over 25 years of experience working in the social housing sector in various leadership roles.
In 2020, she co-founded Positive About Inclusion, an equality, diversity and inclusion consultancy and training firm. Ms. Malarkey will combine her role as Managing Director of WISH with her advisory work, bringing added value to both.
Ms Malarkey said: “Improving the culture in the workplace motivates me every day, and as the Managing Director of the WISH Network, I look forward to raising important issues and giving women in our industry every opportunity. ‘flourish. “
Plexus Innovation, the remote technology company that helps a wide range of industries improve their businesses and compliance, has appointed Kevin Belben as Chief Commercial Officer.
He brings more than eight years of experience in the remote water systems technology industry, as well as experience in business support, real estate and telecommunications.
Working closely with Plexus Innovation Managing Director Ian Murray, CTO Steve Todd and Antonia Brindle in Marketing, he will focus on business outreach and focus on the client account.
He said: “Plexus Innovation really won me over in my next career development as a team and I share the same ethics and motivations to help organizations do things differently, to do them better. “
Lemon Business Solutions has appointed Helen Philips as Head of Customer Experience.
Ms Philips joins the company after having had a long career spanning four decades with Barclays Bank, most recently as Change and Communications Manager and Contact Center Manager for Barclaycard. His job will be to ensure that customers receive the best possible experience every time they deal with Lemon.
She said: “Lemon Business Solutions is a great place to work, first and foremost, because of the people. I am already aligned with the values of the company and speaking to the team and visiting the office there is a great culture with people who really care about the customers.
“I have great shoes to fill in for this role, but I intend to continue building on the ‘people first’ legacy as we grow older, while also bringing a new one. pair of eyes to support this already formidable operation and, in turn, our customers. “
Smart Works Newcastle, a charity that helps unemployed women find new jobs, has appointed six new members to its board.
Lisa Eaton, Kate Meredith, Julie Maughan, Sarah Pavlou, Leanne Welford and Lynsey Todd all bring invaluable skills to the organization as it accelerates plans to double the number of women it supports in the North East.
Smart Works Newcastle Board Chair Sophie Milliken, who is also Managing Director of Graduate Recruitment and SRS Employment Counseling, said she was delighted with the new appointments.
She said, “It’s a really exciting time to welcome new directors to the board. The six new members will have specific areas of responsibility, playing a key role in growing and ultimately helping more women find fulfilling jobs and careers. “