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Crown Workspace Announces Key Appointment

02.05.2019, 14:33

Crown Workspace Announces Key Appointment

Crown Workspace, the office design, interior fit-out, and relocation division of the Crown Worldwide Group, has appointed Darren Nice as Head of New Business UK & Ireland.

 

Nice, who was formerly Head of New Business at Premier Workplace Services, assumes responsibility for new and existing client accounts, and developing a team to support future growth.

 

He will be supported by Rebecca Long, who was appointed Business Development Manager in April, following Crown Worldwide’s acquisition of Premier Workplace Services in 2018. As Business Development Manager, Rebecca is responsible for developing new opportunities, networking, and promoting the company’s move management, commercial relocation, furniture consultancy, design and fit-out services. 

 

Announcing the appointments, Steve Hardie, Crown Worldwide managing director, said:

“Darren and Rebecca come with great experience that supports our ongoing ambition to continue to build a strong workspace brand.

 

“Both appointments are part of our continuing investment into the sector and are key to driving growth.”

 

About Crown Workspace

Crown Workspace is a division of Crown Worldwide which was established as a relocations agency in Japan in 1965 and is now headquartered in Hong Kong. The company services more than 10,000 clients from 266 locations in 54 countries.

 

Crown Workspace provides workplace consultancy, space planning and interior design, fit-out and refurbishment, furniture consultancy, procurement and a wide range of business support and IT services.

 

Visit www.crownworkspace.com for more information.

  

 

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