New team members bring added strength to the Lower Wensleydale Business Network

Published 2nd December 2016 under Local News  &   Members News

Hannah Russell is now responsible for Marketing and Event Management. Hannah has her own Events Management company set in the Yorkshire Dales. After completing her Events Management and International Events management degree in 2015. Hannah Organises events throughout North Yorkshire and works with existing events to bring them up to a high standard, her experience includes running workshops, organising business days, festivals, and events for the public to attend. Alongside this Hannah runs 2 successful business in the Dales which are ‘Dales Creations’ and ‘Little Alf.’

Allen Betts will now head up Business Research.  Allen served more than 30 years in the retail banking and financial services industry holding management positions with FTSE 100 banks and overseas finance companies. Responsibilities have included management of large customer service operations, business transformation, strategy development, managing risk assets, business planning and working closely with strategic business partners. Since his retirement, Allen has supported SME businesses in the Northamptonshire area.


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