Over the last couple of years we have all been on a journey into the unknown and now we feel like we might have arrived, but…
In this month’s episode of our Business Noodles & Doodles podcast, Mark Greaves talks to Giles Letheren, CEO at Delt Shared Services, providers of back end support to the public sector.
Giles opens up about the challenges of running an independent organisation owned entirely by public sector bodies and how his training as a production manager in the entertainment business – working with the likes of Lee Evans, East 17 and even the Chippendales – helps keep his projects on target.
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Coming up next month – Sarah Knight, founder and managing director of Sarah West Recruitment, an independent recruitment consultancy, as well as co-founder and director of newly founded Tribus People.
Sarah talks about how losing her job made her quickly decide to set up her own business and how employer brand is more important than ever when trying to attract new members of staff in the current climate.
Missed one of our previous episodes?
Catch up on:
Episode 1 with Will Ashworth, CEO of Watergate Bay Hotel and Another Place, a relaxed lifestyle hotel group
Episode 2 with Mark Roberts, founder and CEO of Lightfoot, the Exeter-based business making the world’s vehicles cleaner, greener and more efficient
Episode 3 with Dave Harland, CEO of the Eden Project in Cornwall, which is now working with international partners to establish more sites around the world
Episode 4 with Amanda Stansfield, owner of Granny Gothards, the artisan ice cream maker who now successfully exports around the world to places including Dubai, China and India