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APPOINTMENTS Will joins the family firm


Will Street has joined the family engineering business Street Crane Company as an accountant. High Peak-based Street Crane


Company was set up 75 years ago by World War II spitfire pilot Peter Street. Now employing more than


350 people across six sites, it is a major exporter of hoists and crane components through a global network of over 120 partners. Will said: “With my


grandfather starting off repairing and servicing cranes in Sheffield in the 1940s and then my father turning it into the global supplier you see today, what both have achieved is nothing short of phenomenal.” For five years, Will has been


honing his accountancy and business finance skills at one of the country’s top accountancy


firms, BHP in Sheffield, where he gained his ACCA qualification. Will added: “I’m looking


forward to the challenge of learning all aspects of the business. The recent launch of Eazycrane – a software-based crane design estimating and manufacturing package – shows that Street Crane embraces technology and new ideas to stay ahead of the competition. This makes it an exciting time to be part of the team that is driving the company’s success.” Martin Street, Will’s father and chairman of the business, said: “It gives me immense pleasure and pride to see Will join the business as the third generation Street to do so. I hope he will enjoy a long association with the great people and clients at Street Crane in the UK and throughout the world via our distributing partners.’’


Street Crane Company chairman Martin Street and son, Will Street


Emily joins the Penguin PR team


Derby-based public relations agency Penguin PR has appointed a new PR account executive to help it serve a host of new clients. Emily Fish has joined the team at the Ashbourne Road-based agency


after impressing staff during a successful period of work experience earlier this year. She is currently in the third year of a BA degree in magazine journalism


at the University of Derby and will juggle her studies alongside working at the agency. Penguin PR represents a wide range of companies, charities and schools


across the Midlands but its client list has been boosted by the addition of companies which have either set up during the Covid-19 pandemic or whose goods and services are proving to be in great demand. Penguin PR director Simon Burch set up the company 10 years ago with


fellow former journalist Sarah Newton. He said: “These are undoubtedly challenging times for many companies,


yet at the same time there are a host of new up and coming brands that are thriving amid the recovery economy and we are thoroughly enjoying representing them. “Sarah and I started our journalism careers after a period of work


experience so we’re loving the sense of déjà vu. Emily is here on merit, demonstrated through the quality of her writing and creativity. “The fact that Emily is still learning at the University of Derby is a huge


bonus to us as she is able to share the expertise that she herself is benefitting from, which can only be good for Penguin PR and our growing list of clients.”


Emily Fish business network December 2020/January 2021 23


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