Grant Thornton unveils Faces of North West business

Grant Thornton unveils Faces of North West business

12 business and community leaders from the North West are being celebrated amongst 100 Faces inspiring leadership, innovation, and helping their communities across the UK

The list of 100 Faces of a Vibrant Economy is composed of individuals representing cities, communities and corporations across the UK.

In the North West a dozen business leaders, including entrepreneurs Asif Hamid, James Timpson, Tracy Mort and Scott Fletcher have been selected by an independent panel of judges.

The public sector faces include Sir David Dalton, chief executive of Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Professor Janet Hemingway of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine and Steven Pleasant, chief executive of Tameside Council.

The list has been curated as part of Grant Thornton’s purpose to shape a vibrant economy, and unlock the shared potential of the nation by working together with government, businesses and communities.

Featuring leading figures from all areas of business and civic life the list showcases individuals who were proven to deliver against one or more of three categories: