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i247 Group sees new Board Of Management following restructure

Specialist Outsourced Fleet Service Providers the i247 Group continue their company expansion plans.

The i247 Group have appointed Nick Brown as new Operations Director and Steve Thornton as new Commercial Director with Neal Kearl remaining as Financial Director of the Group. Combined the team have over 35 years of experience in the Automotive sector.

These new appointments follow on from last month’s announcement of Martin Phillips and Sam Mason leading the Group as new joint MDs. The new structure provides a platform for the business to continue its mission of being the invisible hand and partner of choice for driver support managed services whilst ensuring the business continues to deliver unparalleled levels of service to its customers.

i247 Group managing director Martin Phillips said: “I am delighted to announce these appointments as this gives us the right leadership team as we help our customers to deliver their strategic goals. We believe this structure will increase our capability to add more value to existing and new partnerships.”

Steve Thornton comments: “I am delighted to be taking on the role as Commercial Director and look forward to the challenges the role will present. The expansion showcases our commitment to remain at the forefront of intelligently led driver support services whilst critically allows us to retain our agile approach and reputation for delivery.”

Nick Brown comments: “The restructure mean we have the capacity, structure and expertise to spend more time focusing on driving improvements across the services we provide and delivering increased value to our customers organisations”.

Neal Kearl comments: “Financial stability has gone from strength to strength over the last few years. The new structure ensures long term sustainability.”

The i247 Group specialises in providing white-labelled, contact managed services and technology solutions to the automotive industry 24/7 365 days a year.

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