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Corsham Institute appoints first CEO

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Corsham Institute appoints first CEO

Corsham Institute, which works to create an inclusive, citizen-centric and trusted digital society, has announced the appointment of Rachel Neaman as its first CEO.

The institute – which was formed in 2013 to explore the opportunities and challenges of the digital society, both social and economic, focusing on shaping a

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Excalibur Communications appoints new CEO

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Excalibur Communications appoints new CEO

Communications and IT provider Excalibur Communications has appointed non-executive director Peter Boucher as CEO, replacing James Phipps, who has become executive chairman.

In nearly two decades with the firm, James has laid solid foundations at the Swindon-based firm, taking the business from a mobile reseller to fully fledged managed services

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Wiltshire recruiter heads driver accreditation steering group for third year

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Wiltshire recruiter heads driver accreditation steering group for third year

A Freight Transport Association accreditation scheme, aimed at raising standards among driver recruitment companies, is being chaired by a Wiltshire businessman for the third consecutive year.

Julian Thompson, founder and director of Chippenham-based 24-7 Staffing, helped set up the FTA Driver Agency Accreditation Scheme (DAAS) in 2015 to help improve

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Twin partner appointment boosts Thrings’ private client team

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Twin partner appointment boosts Thrings’ private client team

Regional law firm Thrings has strengthened its private client offering with the appointment of two new partners.

Awen Mellick and Stuart Crippin have joined Thrings’ fast-growing private client team, which works across the firm’s five main UK offices in Swindon, London, Bristol, Bath and Southampton.

Awen was formerly an associate

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