Friday, July 3, 2020

Trio of non-executive directors join Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce Board

Three new non-executive directors have been appointed to the Board of Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce.

Nicola Langton, Head of Business Support at EBP, Roy Colclough, previous Chairman, CEO and Owner of Magnadata Group and Angus Moir, owner of independent business consultancy, GroBizPro, have joined Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors which is responsible collectively for overseeing the strategic development of the member-led organisation.

Nicola brings experience spanning across the finance and strategic planning context.

Roy Colclough

Adopted supporter of Lincoln City FC, Roy has a wealth of experience in UK, European and International Trade. With Lincolnshire his second home, Roy is looking forward to working with the business community to continue the growth, success and prosperity it has so rightfully earned and enjoyed in recent years.

Angus has been living in Lincolnshire for nearly eight years and has over 20 years’ experience building brands and leading diverse teams, having previously worked for well-known sports brand, Nike.

Angus Moir

Gary Headland, Chairman of the Board of Directors, said: “This is an incredibly challenging time for our members and indeed the vast majority of businesses across our region.

“I am delighted therefore that we have attracted and appointed such high quality non-executive directors to our Board so that we not only strengthen our own governance and strategic leadership but also provide new services and support for our members in line with our mission which is: ‘to champion and support our members to be more productive, resilient and sustainable’.”

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