Chamber International appoints first-ever general manager
Nikki Clow (pictured) has been appointed the first-ever general manager of overseas trade specialist, Chamber International.
Her appointment, which will allow director Tim Bailey to concentrate on business development and strategy, follows continuing growth at Chamber International as increasing numbers of companies seek help with all aspect of international trade.
Nikki Clow’s responsibilities will include allocating resources, formulating policies, coordinating business operations, monitoring and motivating staff, managing operational costs, ensuring good customer service, improving administration, engaging with partners, hiring and training.
After joining Chamber International in 2001 as a junior documentation clerk Nikki Clow has worked in many different areas of the organisation including trade procedures, business development, project management and course and event management.
She says: “The change in roles and continuous development has kept me here for so long as it has enabled me to keep challenging myself and learn new areas of work.
“I am excited to take on this important new role, which feels like the natural next step in my career progression, and aim to continue to drive the business forward, motivating the Chamber International team in seeking new opportunities and growth.”
Tim Bailey says: “Nikki is living proof that hard work and conscientiousness pays off. This is a well-deserved promotion that will boost Chamber International’s long-term success by adding another much-needed tier to our management structure.”
Chamber International helps hundreds of new and experienced exporters throughout the UK with a wide range of specialist services to make exporting easier and more cost effective.
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