Phil Oram appointed as Regional Director for Crown Workspace
Crown is delighted to announce the appointment of Phil Oram as the new Regional Director for Crown Workspace, UK and Ireland.
This role will see Phil take leadership for the whole Workspace business across the UK and Ireland. Since the acquisition of Premier Workplace Services by Crown in November 2018 Phil has played a vital role in building the future workspace proposition. This new role will see Phil focus on leading the expansion of the business both geographically and functionally, building our service offering to best meet our client’s needs and continuing to drive the sustainability agenda across our services.
Phil comes into this role with a wealth of experience, after being involved in the commercial relocation industry for the last 27 years. He has worked as an Operations Director for Premier Workplace Services since 2004, playing a pivotal role in the expansion of the business and developing a number of innovative new services including the award-winning Premier Sustain.
Commenting on the appointment, Managing Director UKI & Northern Europe Stephen Hardie said:
“Following on from the acquisition of Premier and our initial steps to integrate the businesses, the next development for the Crown Workspace business in the region is to unify the business under a single leadership structure. We are therefore extremely excited to announce Phil’s appointment to the role of Regional Director. He has already been a driving force in developing the business since the acquisition and has a wide array of experience in the sector which will help accelerate our future growth plans”
Phil Oram commented on his appointment:
“I am very excited to take on the leadership role for Crown Workspace at such an exciting time in the development of the business. There is a fantastic opportunity to drive business growth using the strengths of both organisations and I am relishing this exciting challenge.”
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