People: Business Development Manager joins security business; New commercial partner for law firm

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Bradford-based Kings Secure Technologies has appointed Jamie Storey, who will be joining the firm as its Business Development Manager for the South.

Storey began his career at Spectrum Access Control, establishing a strong foundation to help him progress further within the Security Industry. With nationwide experience he has focused on nourishing new business opportunities and developing existing customer accounts to meet their critical needs.

He said he was excited by the innovative business culture at Kings, adding: “I feel very privileged to work for Kings Secure Technologies.

“After spending five years in the security industry, I am fully aware of their worthy reputation and I am looking forward to bringing my own work ethic and dynamic to the company. My goal is to strengthen Kings’ client portfolio as a security integrator especially utilising technology such as AI, thermal imaging and combined solutions.’

Tim Goodwill, Chief Commercial Officer at Kings, said: “We pride ourselves on the strength of our people and I am delighted that we continue to attract the best in the industry. Jamie’s wealth of knowledge and broad experience will be of great benefit to our fresh thinking technology-focused business, leading with innovation and customer care.

“We wish him all the best with a warm welcome to the Kings team.”

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Regional law firm Bridge McFarland LLP has welcomed Corporate Lawyer Mark Daubney, who has joined the firm as a Partner and will complement the already established team in Hull.

Daubney has over 13 years of experience in running commercial cases with a portfolio of projects including a £2m sale of a print management business, creation of a group from five separate companies, negotiating and drafting of a multi-million pound framework agreement for a software developer and advising on the structure and implementation of a succession plan for a family owned business.

He said: “I’m really looking forward to getting started with the team at Bridge McFarland and supporting the growth of their commercial offer.”

Rob Ripley, Partner at the business, added: “As a firm we are keen to ensure that we can offer our clients the best possible all round service under one roof, Mark’s appointment further enhances our offering. We are thrilled that Mark has agreed to join us and we look forward to working closely with him in the future.”

Bridge McFarland also has commercial teams based in Grimsby, Lincoln, Market Rasen and Louth.

 

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