People: Forsyth Barnes; Staceys Bakery
Clare Trotter-Mullins has joined Forsyth Barnes as director of performance.
Trotter-Mullins has 20 years of experience in the senior appointments space and will work with the executive recruitment firm’s teams in Nottingham, London and New York.
She said: “As someone passionate about learning and development, and driving performance, I am super excited to be joining one of the fasted growing companies in Europe to help take the team to the next level.”
Two new starters are using their loaves to help continue the traditions of a fourth-generation Derbyshire baker.
Rising stars Kevin Byrne and Dinesh Heenatigala Gam Acharige have been taken on as bakers at family firm, Stacey’s Bakery – bringing more than 30 years of experience with them.
The company, set up by Guy Stacey in the early 1900s, and now run by David Stacey, Guy’s great-grandson, has two branches in Ilkeston as well as ones in Eastwood and Heanor.
David Stacey said: “Dinesh and Kevin came to us with a wealth of experience and a desire to impress.
“We welcome them to the Stacey’s work family and are excited to see how their skills can enhance our trusted brand.”