We’ve had another jam-packed month here at Scriba PR. May has flown by and we’re super proud of the coverage we’ve secured for our clients this month. After all, it’s what we do best…
So, without further ado, grab a brew and have a scroll of this month’s newsworthy highlights…
Network services provider Flomatik has announced the appointment of Dean Checkley as its new CEO. Checkley previously served as Flomatik’s chief delivery officer and brings 35 years of telecoms experience to the helm of the Hampshire-based firm.
Yorkshire–based funding specialist, ABL Business, has appointed Johanna Roberts as its new finance operations manager – a move designed to support ambitious growth plans and bolster the firm’s national expansion strategy.
Mark Gair, managing director of Leeds-based strategic communications agency CDS, discusses why the company has decided to invest in people, property and acquisition during the pandemic: “It was always part of the 2020 plan prior to COVID-19, and we stuck to it”.
The Mineral Planning Group Ltd (MPG), shares the story behind a project the firm recently worked on — the expansion and restoration of Yorkshire-Based Naylor Hill Quarry.
Jacob Hill, founder of Offploy – a not-for-profit organisation which helps people with criminal convictions into meaningful, mentored, and sustainable employment discusses the importance of helping those involved in crime get back in to work and education.
Video interviewing software solutions provider Shortlister has appointed Paul Dickens as chief operating officer. The new hire brings 18 years of experience in sales, recruitment, technology, and people management in the digital sector.
Following strong demand from the construction and utility industry, eviFile has seen top line growth and is currently increasing its monthly recurring revenue at a rate of over 50% per annum. It has appointed Ropner to support its continued expansion across the UK construction, engineering, and project management sectors.
Although anecdotal evidence exists showing the lack of critical skills and resources in the dyeing sector, recent research undertaken by the England-based Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC) has found the true extent of the issue — and the results suggests that the industry really is now at a crisis point.
In commercial real estate, we’re still suffering from a huge gender divide that seems to be widening rather than narrowing. In fact, according to research by membership organisation Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) Network in its 2020 Benchmark Study*, 38 per cent of those working in the industry stated that there were zero women in senior leadership positions within their specialism.
Huw Crompton, sales manager at Tidy Planet, discusses the importance of food waste management and what can be done to cope with the rising levels in the UK.
David Midgley, managing director at Regenex explains how advancing technology is making it easier than ever to make commercial linen last longer. Conserving the worlds resources and saving money.
Richard Vann, managing director of RVA group explores what the easing of covid-19 restrictions means for an industry that fought to adapt during the United Kingdom’s multiple lockdowns.
The agency works with a range of national clients including the NHS, the Ministry of Defense and Social Work England, plus names like Coca-Cola and McDonalds. CDS says it strives to make a positive difference to society and has eight UK offices, with its Leeds location acting as its central operational hub.
Analytics technology – when implemented correctly – can equip senior leaders with the evidence to make smarter decisions regarding internal processes, training, communication, and support.
Phew! There goes another month covering a number of column inches! Fancy doing it all over again next month? Us too!