Wednesday, April 21, 2021

New director for Chamber Board

Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce has welcomed a new director to its Board.

Tim Chambers, from Exuvi8, a data centre design and deployment organisation, has joined the Board bringing engineering knowledge and a commitment to energy efficiency and sustainability.

Tim has over 30 years’ experience working in the data centre and allied IT industries and spent the last decade finetuning his vision of a more environmentally sustainable energy and cooling solution.

Congratulating Tim on his appointment, Chair of Lincolnshire Chamber Board, Gary Headland said: “We are delighted to have Tim join the Board working alongside myself and the other directors.

“Tim brings with him unique experience in the data centre sector as well as an in-depth understanding of the sales process which will further strengthen and complement our Board and I am confident the contributions Tim will make will be valuable in shaping and influencing the future strategic direction of the organisation.”

Tim said: “I have a genuine commitment and passion for the Chamber, its mission, values and member needs and I am really looking forward to working with Gary, the non-exec directors and the Chamber executive team to drive forward the growth and development of the organisation.”

Tim Chambers was formally appointed to the Board through a unanimous vote from the current Board.

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