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Bidvest Noonan Announces Senior Appointment

03.08.2021, 13:09

Bidvest Noonan Announces Senior Appointment

Facility services provider Bidvest Noonan has named Charlotte Marshall as CEO for its business in Great Britain.

Marshall, an accomplished business leader with over two decades of senior leadership experience was most recently SVP and General Manager, Western Europe for Iron Mountain with responsibility for operations in more than 12 countries, including the United Kingdom.

The appointment follows the group’s recent investment in a new operating structure that saw the development of separate leadership, operations and support teams for Bidvest Noonan’s businesses in Great Britain and Ireland. 

Bidvest Noonan recently acquried UK service providers the Axis Group and Cordant Services. Today the group employs more than 27,000 people and has annual revenues of over £700 million.

Group CEO Declan Doyle comments: “I’m delighted Charlotte has joined Bidvest Noonan. Charlotte has the vision, energy and skill set needed to take our business in Great Britain to the next level. I have every confidence that Charlotte will deliver success for Bidvest Noonan, our people and our clients”.

Marshall says: “I am thrilled to join Bidvest Noonan and lead its business in Great Britain at such an important time in its development. Bidvest Noonan is an exceptional business with strong fundamentals and an outstanding team.  I am looking forward to working with my new colleagues to support our clients and continue Bidvest Noonan’s success”.

Chief Business Officer, Fintan Connolly, adds: “Charlotte’s appointment and our new structure will enable us to accelerate our growth and increase the value and support we deliver to clients. Charlotte shares our passion for delivering innovative solutions and exceptional customer experiences. I’m looking forward to working with Charlotte to build on the success we have achieved”.

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