CETERIS ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR, GARY WILSON

CETERIS ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF NEW MANAGING DIRECTOR, GARY WILSON

Ceteris are pleased to announce the appointment of new Managing Director, Gary Wilson, who will take up his post on Monday, 25th February.

The timing is perfect as Gary starts just before Clacks Business Week, organised by Ceteris, which offers him the opportunity to meet the local business community at some of the 22 events that are planned.

Outgoing MD, Margaret Mary Rafferty, who retires in March said, “I am pleased that Gary will be joining Ceteris and with his background in property and economic development, through his Housing Association days, he seems like a perfect fit for our organisation.  Gary  and I will also be out and about meeting people within the business and business support community over the month of March, so I hope to see most people before I ride off into the sunset!”

The theme for Clacks Business Week 2019 is innovation. There are 22 events in 8 different locations - celebrating the best of Clackmannanshire businesses and looking to inspire attendees to think about how everyone can operate in a more innovative, modern way.

Margaret Mary continues, “Clacks Business Week is growing from strength to strength and represents an excellent example of cooperation and working together for the future economic development of Clackmannanshire. I am delighted at the breadth of events organised this year, one very busy week.” 

“Our events during the week are mainly focusing on topics that businesses in Clackmananshire need to consider when thinking innovatively about their business or sector including exporting, video production, cloud computing, digital tax, innovative tourism and funding”

“Have a great Clacks Business Week, once again we’ve got an excellent spread of events, relevant to businesses, large and small, and including Third Sector organisation events. There is indeed something for everyone in a busy week for Ceteris and a baptism of fire for Gary.”

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