Deyton Bell, the Cambridge based economic and commercial development specialists, today announce further expansion of the business. Director colleagues Chris Parkhouse, Steve McAteer and Pat Smith, who together lead the business, have been joined by new Director colleague Neil Darwin.
Neil Darwin most recently served as CEO of Greater Cambridge Greater Peterborough LEP before joining Deyton Bell. He is a high profile and highly experienced economic development professional with a detailed insight into the issues impacting the Regional Economy. Prior to his work at the LEP Neil was CEO of Opportunity Peterborough, the city’s business led economic development with the remit of leading economic development, business support and inward investment. Prior to this, Neil led Regional Cities East, coordinating partnership working between key Cities to share scarce capacity and positioning the East’s urban agenda with Government.
Neil Darwin commented: “I am very pleased to have joined the Deyton Bell team and to have been welcomed to the Board by Chris, Steve and Pat. I am sure that our combined expertise will make a big difference to our clients and that together we will build on the success the business has enjoyed so far.”
Managing Director Chris Parkhouse said “Steve, Pat and I are delighted to welcome Neil to Deyton Bell. Neil strengthens our Board and also brings significant expertise and welcome extra capacity to the broader Deyton Bell team. I know that he will offer our clients in depth knowledge, skill and experience and together we will manage all client relationships and deliver all Deyton Bell services.”
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