General appointments: The International Centre; Hugo Technology; DMR
Will powers in to The International Centre
AN event industry specialist with a wealth of experience is the new sales manager at The International Centre, Telford.
Will Aylott previously worked at the International Convention Centre in Birmingham where he was responsible for the venue’s corporate business strategy and business development.
He has also worked at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry where he developed and managed the sales team and handled the relationship between operating partners and on-site clients.
“I’m very pleased to have joined such a professional and forward-thinking team here at Telford, and I’m looking forward to building on the excellent reputation the venue already has,” he said.
“With the ambitious plans to create a brand new convention quarter right outside the venue under way, it’s the start of a whole new era for us and for the destination as a whole.”
Tom Gray, chief executive of the Southwater Event Group, which owns The International Centre, said: “Will is a great addition to our sales team and he brings invaluable industry expertise that will fit perfectly with the skills of our existing staff.”
Trigger happy at Hugo Technology
HUGO Technology, the Bromsgrove-based medical device, repair and maintenance company, has appointed Daniel Trigger as quality controller.
He will work closely with Hugo’s global OEM (original equipment manufacturer) client base which includes Philips, Moog, GE and Kimal.
“My challenge is to take the quality systems to the next level – ie where they play an active role in helping the business grow by keeping one step ahead of customers’ expectations,” he said.
Hugo’s joint managing director Andrew Parton said: “Daniel fits our needs perfectly. He has a degree in biomedical sciences, a track record in engineering and implementing quality systems across manufacturing and service industries.”
New manager will help DMR deliver
A SHREWSBURY-based same day courier company has appointed a new operations manager.
Paul Hole has taken on the role of following a career as both transport manager and fleet manager in the British Army.
In his new role he will have day-to-day responsibility for DMR’s team of drivers and fleet of ambient and refrigerated vans.
Derek Bennion, founder and director of DMR, said: “Because of our on-going success, we needed to expand the core management of the business with somebody who can cater for the complex and specific needs of our customers.
“Paul’s skills and wealth of experience make him the perfect addition to our team.”