The unparalleled growth of the Cambridge technology and life science clusters have driven record numbers of jobs in the East of England of the UK.
Catherine Bacon has moved from Mills & Reeve to join Birketts’ private client team in Cambridge.
Janette Pallas has returned to St John’s Innovation Centre as Head of Consultancy Services.
CEO Darrin Disley says staff morale is running at “an all-time high” at Horizon Discovery following the rollout of the biotech company’s post-IPO incentive plans and roadmap for expansion.
East of England recruitment firm Cooper Lomaz has appointed Philip Pitt as Head of Business Development.
Larking Gowen has strengthened its Norwich accountancy and business advisory team with the appointment of Jo Fox as Senior Audit Manager.
Andrew Digby has joined Kershaw Mechanical Services Limited in Cambridge as contracts director. Digby joins the company from Imtech Aqua.
As part of its continuing growth, chartered accountant and business adviser, Larking Gowen, has appointed Rachael Davison to the new position of business recovery manager in its Ipswich office.
Carter Jonas has recruited two new members to extend its rural division’s services in the eastern region and both recruits join the Cambridge office from Savills.
Ensors Chartered Accountants has welcomed 11 new student accountants to its offices across Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.
Following a period of significant growth, Peterborough based accountancy, tax and advisory firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson has added three experienced professionals to its ranks - Malcolm Lewis, Ruth Bradley and Ian Jarvis.
East Anglia is set to benefit as UK wind and marine jobs rise by 74 per cent, a new study from RenewableUK predicts.
Telensa, the market-leading ‘smart’ wireless street lighting technology company, has appointed street lighting industry veteran Keith Henry as business development manager for the UK – a move that will simultaneously boost the Cambridge company’s export effort.
Norse Commercial Services has expanded and upgraded its call centre, creating six new jobs at its Norwich head office.
Law firm Hewitsons, which has offices in Cambridge, London, Milton Keynes and Northampton, has appointed eight new trainees.
Five new recruits have taken their first steps on the career ladder at the Cambridge office of financial and business adviser Grant Thornton as part of the firm’s annual graduate and accelerate school leaver programme.
- Gordon adds more energy for Carter Jonas
- Dialight grows global headcount
- Deloitte strengthens top teams
- Cambridge Phenomenon powerhouse ramps up
- TTP plans to recruit an additional 30 people this year
- Anglian Water director joins New Anglia LEP board
- US electronics giant expands
- Cambridge jobs surge defies UK gloom
- Revamp set to brew 400 new jobs in Ipswich
- Cosworth enterprise zone to create 10,000 new jobs
- 1,000-job Haverhill scheme backed by planners
- Prince’s Trust fights to avoid ‘wipe-out’ of young talent
- Cambridge is the employment hotspot of the UK.
- Doomed EEDA creates 22,000 jobs in three years
- French energy firm pinpoints East of England jobs
- Private sector jobs recovery sustained but wages pegged
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