On the move: the latest East Midlands hires
A Kegworth-based capital investment consultancy has expanded its senior team.
Oliver Jenkins has joined Integrated Food Projects, a food and drinks manufacturing consultant that works with high-profile retailers and suppliers such as Tesco and Samworth Brothers, as head of client solutions.
In his new role, he will support and expand the firm’s portfolio of UK and international clients, as part of an ambitious plan that will see it grow by 30 per cent this year.
Jenkins said: “Integrated Food Projects works with some of the biggest names in the food and drink industry, helping them to optimise their manufacturing capabilities. I’m looking forward to getting started in my new role, and believe I can make a real contribution to the continued success of the company.”
The Board of Governors of Brooksby Melton College has announced the appointment of Dawn Whitemore as its new principal.
Whitemore brings with her a wealth of experience from both within the FE and Private sector, having held senior roles in a number of organisations, including at New College Nottingham.
A statement from the College said: “The Governors and staff are looking forward to working with their new principal and continuing to deliver excellent experiences and outcomes to all of our learners.”