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EVENTS, NEW MEMBERS AND ADVICE FOR DEVON CHAMBER MEMBERS


A distinguished board to take the Chamber forward


Last month we introduced you to our new Board of Directors, in this issue we give some background detail on the four new faces.


EMILY BEAUMONT PLYMOUTH MARJON UNIVERSITY


Dr Emily Beaumont is an Associate Professor and Director of the Marjon Business School at Plymouth Marjon University. Emily has created a business school which is dynamic in its offer and flexible to the rapidly changing and evolving world of business. She has achieved this through a combination of excellence in teaching and learning, coupled with a strong research ethos. Emily has an eclectic academic background


having produced outputs and made impact in disciplines such as Marine Science, Sport Studies, and Enterprise and Employability. Her skills, knowledge and experience in


Enterprise and Entrepreneurship led to her appointment as Director of Enterprise Educators UK, and played a significant role in her award of Senior Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy and Fellowship of the Chartered Management Institute. Emily also runs her own business with her


colleague Dr Sarah Preedy; Mission Enterprise and Employability. Working in partnership with Plymouth Marjon University, Mission Enterprise and Employability creates enterprise and employability programmes for those not in Higher Education including schools, businesses, and the local community. Emily is proud of her Devonian roots and her


work to improve the economic prosperity of businesses within the region.


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PAUL JAMES DELT SHARED SERVICES


Paul is currently the CFO and Deputy CEO for Delt Shared Services Ltd. Delt is a private company owned by Plymouth City Council and the NEW Devon CCG delivering IT/technical and payroll services to 17,000 users across Devon in the public, third and education sectors. They employ 162 people in a range of skilled


roles and deliver £8m of socio-economic value annually to the County from the jobs, services and suppliers they support locally. Paul has significant board experience as a


director, company secretary and trustee of various organisations. His initial experience was in the commercial sector and then shaped and developed through the charity and social enterprise sectors. He has a breadth of expertise in finance, HR,


employee development, commercial and manufacturing operations. Whatever he’s focused on he enjoys collaborating with people as working together on common aims. The ability to do that with so many Chamber members is a huge draw for Paul. He’s been deeply involved in work and


projects which prove that businesses working closely together, on connected aims, can deliver growth and increase skills and investment in the region. The ability to be a part of that in advocating for the Chamber whilst working with members to help them grow their businesses is something he’s really looking forward to.


CRAIG MOORE WOMBLE BOND DICKINSON


Craig is a solicitor with over 20 years’ experience in commercial property and finance. He is the Plymouth office Head for Womble


Bond Dickinson. His experience includes acting for a wide variety of businesses, public bodies, charities and education institutions and he is client partner for a number of businesses in our region and nationally. Craig grew up in Plympton, and following time


at university and law college returned to the city as a trainee with Bond Pearce. Over the past 25 years he has developed an excellent network as well as experience which he believes can make a really positive difference to the Chamber and its members, as well as the wider region. It is Craig’s enthusiasm and passion for the


city and wider region, combined with his experience that made Craig want to become a director of the Chamber and help to drive it forward so that the city and wider region thrive. Craig is currently one of the co-chairs of the Plymouth Area Business Council, an advisory board member for Mayflower 400, co-founder of the Plymouth Robotic Sailing Championships and has just joined the Plymouth Waterfront Partnership as a director. In addition he is a governor of Sherford School. Craig has an excellent track record of providing strategic leadership and driving growth, and believes that he can be an effective director with the Chamber helping to drive it forward.


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