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Telcom Group strengthens non-executive board of directors

Manchester, UK - Telcom Group has announced several key appointments in order to strengthen its non-executive board of directors.

Christopher Baldock is appointed as group chairman. Chris is a highly experienced executive in the Telecommunications and I.T sector. Chris is currently chairman of Unified Communications company Qunifi, SMB IT specialist Simply Mail Solutions, online teaching company Tute education, Robotics EdTech business CBIS education and non-executive director of Hotel and leisure IT specialist QDOS SBL. Chris is also an operating partner in leading law firm gunnercooke.

Chris is joined by Mike Blackburn OBE who has extensive experience in the telecommunications industry and is currently chair of the Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership. David Lathwood, lead director for Jones Lang LaSalle North West and John Ogden, Managing Director of CBRE (North).

Doug Ward and Shaun Gibson co -CEOs of Telcom Group, commented: ‘We are excited that we have been able to attract talent of this calibre to enhance our company. With such a wide breadth of skills joining the team we are excited for our next stage of growth. With a strong senior leadership team and an established board, the Group is able to assert considerable momentum in delivering the vision to change the country’s internet.'

https://group.telcom.uk

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