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New UK & Ireland Managing Director

13.08.2019, 11:26

New UK & Ireland Managing Director

Crown Worldwide Group subsidiary, Crown Workspace, has appointed Phil Oram as regional managing director for the UK and Ireland,

Phil Oram, Crown Workplace (UK & Ireland)'s new managing director.
Phil Oram, Crown Workplace (UK & Ireland)’s new managing director.

Oram, has worked in the commercial relocation and workplace improvement industry for the last 27 years,  was formerly operations director with Premier Workplace Services which was acquired by Crown Worldwide in November 2018. In addition to overseeing the integration of the two businesses, his remit includes expanding Crown Workspace’s services portfolio and rolling out the company’s corporate sustainability agenda. 

Commenting on the appointment, Stephen Hardie, managing director of Crown Worldwide for the UK & Ireland, and Northern Europe, said:

“Following on from the acquisition of Premier and our initial steps to integrate the businesses, the next development for Crown Workspace in the region is to unify the business under a single leadership structure. We are therefore extremely excited to announce Phil’s appointment to the role of Regional Director. He has already been a driving force in developing the business since the acquisition and has a wide array of experience in the sector which will help accelerate our future growth plans.”

Oram added:

“I am very excited to take on the leadership role for Crown Workspace at such an exciting time in the development of the business. There is a fantastic opportunity to drive business growth using the strengths of both organisations and I am relishing this exciting challenge.”

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