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New Commercial Director Appointed

Sec-Tech have appointed Bob Morrison as Commercial Director for the Company.

Bob has a BA (Hons) degree in International Business Studies and he will become the only Director of Sec-Tech who is not a former Police Officer and will hold a non-frontline licence. His role is that of Commercial Director which involves Sales, Marketing, Contract negotiation etc. He won’t get involved in day to day operations other than to verify that the client is happy with the service they are being provided.

In a parallel career Bob served 22 years with the Territorial Army and was commissioned at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. He has extensive experience and qualifications in small arms, STANOC (Surveillance, target acquisition, night observation and counter surveillance) and he qualified as an NBC Training Officer at DNBCC (Defence Nucleur, Biological and Chemical Defence Centre), Winterbourne Gunner. Whilst he is non-frontline, this military training and experience enables him to understand the often complex operational aspects of the business.

Founding Director Andy Redhead commented,”Over the last couple of years Peter and myself have discovered that whilst operationally we have the knowledge and experience to deliver a first class service, commercially we don’t have the neccessary experience and skills to grow the business the way we want to. With Bob’s business experience he will be an invaluable member of the team”

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Tuesday, January 27th, 2009 by admin Uncategorized

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