Yorkshire appointments this week
Property maintenance specialist Novus Property Solutions is continuing to invest in its nationwide operations with the appointment of Paul Kester and Alan Cox (below) as business development managers.
Paul, who has a wealth of experience in sales and business, has been appointed in the North East region. He has worked in a business development role for the past 12 years for a plumbing and heating contractor in the Yorkshire area.
Alan, who has 19 years of experience in business development, has previously worked in the mechanical and electrical industries, specialising in air conditioning and building control, and will now work for Novus in Scotland.
Paul said: “I aim to unearth and deliver new operations for Novus to help the business grow and expand organically, to develop wider business service provisions and establish the Novus brand in the marketplace.”
Alan said: “I aim to take Novus’ regional business to the marketplace, to expand our planned and reactive maintenance and cyclical decorating contracts and help to grow and consolidate the business, ensuring we increase our share of the market and establish the Novus brand.”
Langleys Solicitors has added to its corporate commercial team with the appointment of Nathan Bilton, a sports enthusiast who joins the York based firm following a period living and working in New Zealand.
Nathan’s experience spans both corporate and commercial, including Intellectual Property and banking.
He has a real interest in advising sporting organisations, and has worked with football, rugby, cricket, athletics and golf clubs. His experience includes preparing the sponsorship agreement for a football league ground, the sale of sports clubs and providing advice to clubs seeking Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC) registration or looking to incorporate as a Community Interest Company (CIC).
In his new role at Langleys, Nathan advises PLCs, private companies, partnerships, entrepreneurs, sporting organisations and charities on commercial agreements, corporate transactions and intellectual property.
Commenting on the appointment, partner Andy Kay, said: “Nathan is a fantastic addition to our team; his wealth of experience advising sporting organisations in particular will prove invaluable.”
Nathan added: “Langleys has a strong reputation in corporate commercial and I’m looking forward to working closely with the team and building further on that.”
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