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MEMBER ZONE MEMBERPROFILE NAME: Kevin Linn


COMPANY: K J Linn & Associates Limited JOB TITLE: Managing director


WHAT IS YOUR BACKGROUND? I am experienced in SME and blue chip organisations and I have held various executive director roles including business services sector FTSE 100 companies.


WHAT DOES YOUR COMPANY DO? Business system and process improvement and growth and innovative projects.


HOW DID IT ALL START? Dialogue with network contacts emerged demand for my specialist services offering.


WHAT’S YOUR GREATEST ACHIEVEMENT SO FAR? Remodelled processes and implemented a systematic strategy measuring the effectiveness of customer services for an International HR outsourcing organisation.


WHAT IS THE BIGGEST RISK YOU’VE EVER TAKEN – AND DID IT WORK OUT? Managed major data recovery project to restore operational systems with critical completion date for £80m security, business successfully delivered and 100% on time.


WHAT HAS SURPRISED YOU MOST IN YOUR JOB? The diversity of demand for our expert services in business services, information management and consultancy sectors.


WHICH BUSINESS PERSON OR COMPANY DO YOU MOST ADMIRE, AND WHY? Sir Richard Branson for his entrepreneurial leadership and business success.


WHAT EXCITING PROJECTS IS YOUR BUSINESS WORKING ON AT THE MOMENT? Business transformation and change management contract roles in B2B, business critical equipment sector and high growth setting.


WHAT MADE YOU JOIN NORTHAMPTONSHIRE CHAMBER? Aspiration to develop opportunities emanating from the Northants and adjoining counties’ regions.


T: 07768 446 738 E: Kevin_linn@klanet.co.uk W www.Klanet.co.uk


38 inbusiness AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019


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