Crown Workspace cements investment with two key appointments
Crown Workplace bolsters team with two new team members, Darren Nice and Rebecca Long.
Crown Workspace has appointed Darren Nice as Head of New Business UK & Ireland in a role that will see him deliver growth as we continue our push into the commercial office space industry.
Darren will be supported by Rebecca Long, who was appointed as Business Development Manager in April.
These appointments reinforces our commitment to delivering international workspace services, and follow the acquisition of Premier Workplace Services last year.
Darren will take on responsibility for new business, managing business relationships and will develop and grow the new business team to support future growth.
As Business Development Manager, Rebecca will be responsible for developing new opportunities, including networking and promoting all services that Crown Workspace offers: from move management and commercial relocations, furniture consultancy, design and fit out to moves and changes.
Steve Hardie, Managing Director at Crown Worldwide, comments, “Both Darren and Rebecca come with great experience that supports our ongoing ambition to continue to build a strong workspace brand. Both appointments are part of our continuing investment into the sector and are key to driving growth. We’re looking forward to them promoting Crown Workspace’s strong credentials and broad service offering to businesses that are looking to make changes to their office environment.”
Darren comes with 16 years of experience in the office workspace market. Previously as Head of New Business for Premier Workplace Services, he has also held similar management roles for office consultancy service companies that includes Premier Moves, Bishop Moves, and Sargents.
Rebecca brings a strong network gained from more than 11 years’ experience in a similar role, working with a number of interior design businesses, as well as construction and office fit out companies.
Check out Our Team to find out more on Darren and Rebecca.
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