Steve has 30 years’ experience in marketing for brand and business growth and has developed marketing programmes for the likes of Nestle UK, Adnams plc and Kettle Chips. Steve led discussion around ‘The impact of brand identity within family firms’.
We are currently planning our 2018 events programme in Cambridge, London and Manchester, encompassing Women 4 Technology; Chairman Dinners; CEO Dinners; CFO Dinners, Life Sciences & Digital Health Dinners and Private Markets Dinners.
Details will be confirmed in the New Year.
Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to be sponsoring Cambridge Rugby Club for the second year.
Bailey Fisher Executive Search is delighted to be supporting the Cambridge Arts Theatre over the coming year, as a Corporate Partner.
Bailey Fisher Executive Search is pleased to have worked with ATTRAQT Group plc on the appointment of Eric Dodd as CFO. ATTRAQT Group plc (AIM: ATQT) is a leading provider of onsite search, online merchandising and ecommerce personalisation technology.
Bailey Fisher Executive Search hosted its latest Life Sciences Dinner in partnership with Silicon Valley Bank and Taylor Wessing recently, welcoming CEOs for discussion on the topic of ‘Structuring your board for growth’. Experts at the table included serial entrepreneur, investor and experienced board member Dr David Brown. Key points emerging from discussion were…
Adrian McGlynn of Weatherbys led discussion around the impact of non-family members on family firms, at Bailey Fisher’s recent Private Markets Dinner at the Jockey Club. Key points emerging from discussion were…
Bailey Fisher’s Private Markets Dinner is a peer-to-peer forum for owner managed, privately owned, private equity backed and AIM listed businesses, hosted by Andrew Moore, Head of the Private Markets Practice.
Adrian shared insight into how the 7th generation family firm has retained its position at the heart of the horse racing industry, whilst remaining relevant by embracing innovation. The dinner took place at the Jockey Club Rooms, and Adrian’s talk initiated discussion on the evening’s topic ‘The impact of non-family members on family businesses’.
Andrew chaired discussion around the topic of ‘Embracing Technology’, exploring how the advent of new technology impacts on established and more traditional businesses. The dinner took place at Number Twenty, KPMG’s private members’ club in Mayfair.