A summary of January's key appointments, hires and promotions from across Scotland.
British Business Bank appoints UK Network Senior Manager for Scotland
The British Business Bank has appointed Ian Mitchelmore to a new position as Senior Manager, UK Network for Scotland.
The government-owned economic development bank dedicated to making finance markets work better for smaller businesses – is establishing a UK Network, with team members based within each of the English regions and the three Devolved Nations. Ian will represent the UK Network across Scotland and will engage closely with business finance stakeholders in the area.
LCP appoints property manager for Scotland
LCP, the national commercial property and investment company, has appointed a new property manager as it continues to grow its Scotland office.
David Irvine joins the Glasgow-based team from CBRE, where he was Associate Director, working within the national team’s office and retail portfolios. In his new role, he will work alongside the asset management team to grow LCP’s portfolios across Scotland.
Global Surface Intelligence boosts team with two senior appointments
Global Surface Intelligence (GSI), the Scottish-based geospatial analytics company providing global resource management analytics, has appointed two new senior team members.
The company has extended its team to support its growth within the market and the broadening of its service offering. Stuart Miller has been appointed to GSI as Senior Sales Manager and Stuart MacCallum joins the company as a Remote Sensing Specialist.
Oil and gas lawyer takes on historic Aberdeen advocates role
Leading oil and gas lawyer, Martin Ewan, has been appointed President of the Society of Advocates in Aberdeen.
The Society promotes legal professional expertise in Aberdeen and the north east and its origins can be traced back to the 16th century. Its members include lawyers, members of the judiciary, supporting professionals and academics.
DM Hall appoints two new partners and one director
DM Hall, the independent firm of chartered surveyors, has appointed two new partners, Steven Buist and Amanda Cameron with immediate effect. Jonathan Hunter, who will now run the firm’s Musselburgh office, has been promoted to Director.
Steven who has been promoted to Partner from Director, joined DM Hall in 1999 and currently runs the firm’s Kirkcaldy office. He specialises in the residential property market and has extensive experience of the Fife property scene.
Amanda, a DM Hall Director and Head of Property Services since 2011, is based in the firm’s Dunfermline office. She joined DM Hall in 2002 having gained extensive experience in the sales and corporate sectors.
Macphie appoints new commercial director
Scottish food ingredient manufacturer Macphie has announced the appointment of Warren Wells as commercial director.
He joins the family-owned business from international food business Aryzta, supplier to a variety of high street customers including Costa, Starbucks and Caffé Nero.
With nearly 30 years experience in the food industry, Warren has worked for a number of global brands, including Nestlé, Danone and McCormick.
New Managing Director for Glasgow construction company
CCG – the Cambuslang-based firm which specialises in creating sustainable and environmentally-friendly residential and commercial properties using off-site methods – has announced David Wylie as the new managing director in charge of the company’s busy construction division, CCG (Scotland) Ltd.
David has been with CCG for almost 20 years since leaving university with a degree in business studies. He joined the company as a trainee quantity surveyor before undertaking further studies to become a qualified quantity surveyor and was appointed CCG’s business strategy manager in 2012.
M-Pact appoints first HR Manager as company continues to build on its rapid growth
Edinburgh building services specialist M-Pact has further accelerated its growth trajectory with the appointment of a dedicated HR Manager who will oversee all the complex and varied aspects of staff relations.
The appointment of Yvonne Jack to what is a newly-created role in the company illustrates the speed with which the Loanhead-based firm has transformed itself from a local concern into a nationally operating enterprise.
Our BQ Bulletin emails will land in your inbox at 7.30am, Monday to Friday, with a mix of the latest local business news, national news, and features to inspire you. Sign up here!
Click here to read our privacy statement