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Scottish Relocation Expert Joins Leading Agency

17.02.2021, 08:46

Scottish Relocation Expert Joins Leading Agency

Commercial relocation agency, Business Moves Group (BMG), have appointed Derek Binnie as a non-executive director.


He brings more than two decades of experience in workplace consultancy, design and move, and change management to the position – and particular expertise of the market in Scotland. In his new role, Binnie will provide invaluable independent advice and oversight to the BMG executive team, including developing and implementing tactics to continue growing the business.

Announcing the appointment, Rachel Houghton, BMG managing director, said: “Derek has extensive experience of the workplace change and consultancy space and makes a great addition to our tean. We’re particularly excited by his in-depth knowledge of the Scottish market as it’s an area we want to expand in.

“Derek’s appointment is a signal of intent that BMG is in a strong position and ready to keep growing.”

Binnie added: “I’ve known BMG and the company’s managing director, Rachel Houghton, for a number of years from mutual contracts we have worked on and have great respect for the business. It was noticeable how the team always go above and beyond delivering core workplace change services whilst continually looking to offer added value workplace services and support. I’m excited to be able to play a part in growing the business further and sharing my knowledge of the sector in such a dynamic period, particularly in the Scottish market.”

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