Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Partnership appoints two new directors

THE Henley Partnership has appointed two new directors.

THE Henley Partnership has appointed two new directors.

Guy Outram is a consultant who chairs the partnership’s new business and welcome group while businessman Keith Douglas chairs the Henley charities together group.

They will replace Jonathan Hobbs and Barrie Scott, who have stepped down.

They will join partnership chairman and director Julie Perigo when their appointments are confirmed at the partnership’s general meeting in September.

Mr Outram, who runs GO Consultancy, said: “Having lived in the area for more than 45 years, I am delighted to be given this opportunity.

“I am really looking forward to working with and supporting local businesses, old and new, to find ways of communicating with each other that will attract more people to the businesses within the town and create a sense of co-operation.

“I intend to bring my experience in marketing and business development to the table and hopefully add some value to the Henley community and economy.”

Keith Douglas, who owns County Wills & Probate, moved to Henley two years ago.

He said: “My aim is to encourage community events for the Henley people and to assist companies, clubs and charities to work together with a focused, business-minded approach.”

Mr Hobbs said: “I’m delighted to see the partnership growing and gathering momentum. It’s always good for an organisation to bring in new blood and I look forward to continuing to be part of the partnership.”

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