Ray Moore, Fluid Business Consulting, and one of Pure Executive Partners, addresses family businesses, especially second-generation businesses, and their unique challenges when approaching succession planning.
Pure Executive and Grant Thornton have worked together for a number of years to produce events and programmes for Finance Leadership Professionals in the region. Darren Bear, partner at Grant Thornton, comments on the strong market and how it can support owner-managers across the region looking to realise the full value of their business on exit or manage future succession.
Every Manager, Director and CEO should be thinking about what/who comes next. The transition from one CEO to another is a critical moment in a company’s history. A smooth transition is essential to maintain the confidence of investors, business partners, customers and employees, and provides the incoming CEO with a solid platform from which to move the company forward.
Looking back over the last 12 months it has been a period of significant political change. Theresa May has taken over as Prime Minister as a result of the Brexit vote, now having called a snap election for June 8th in a bid to form a unified government ahead of advancing Brexit negotiations.
Three Finance Leadership Programme taster events have been organised in Chelmsford, Ipswich and Norwich throughout January to provide free career development support for ambitious finance professionals in the East of England.
Fifteen HR Directors from across the Eastern region attended a dinner hosted by Pure at its Cambridge office.
Our latest Women’s Leadership Programme graduation, run in conjunction with People & Performance, included an extremely inspiring talk from guest speaker Jane Cooke, who shared her top tips on how to propel your career while staying true to your natural style and unique strengths.
Nine more business women have graduated from the highly successful Women’s Leadership Programme, run by professional recruitment specialists Pure to help support more women across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire to develop their leadership style and progress on to more senior roles.
Pure is delighted to have been ranked 8th in Cambridgeshire Ltd’s ‘Ones to Watch’ - a list of 25 firms in the county which Grant Thornton has identified as having great potential.
Ten leaders from charitable organisations across East Anglia attended an inaugural Charity Leaders Forum in Cambridge, hosted by professional recruitment specialists Pure to provide free support on strategic planning.