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CLAIRE Win­ter has been ap­pointed group mar­ket­ing man­ager at 3fivetwo.

She will be re­spon­si­ble for man­ag­ing the mar­ket­ing ac­tiv­ity for the firm and all its as­so­ci­ated com­pa­nies in­clud­ing Kings­bridge Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal, Sweeney Eye and Hear­ing, Cos­me­tech, H3 Health In­sur­ance, Medishop, 3fivetwo Health­care and its Train­ing Academy.

It is one of a num­ber of sales roles that the health­care group has filled re­cently within their sales and mar­ket­ing divi­sion. Kings­bridge Pri­vate Hos­pi­tal is on Belfast’s Lis­burn Road. SI­MON Sharkey has been an­nounced as a graphic de­signer at 3fivetwo.

Mr Sharkey’s new role is to sup­port the sales and mar­ket­ing team’s ac­tiv­ity by de­sign­ing and edit­ing print and dig­i­tal ma­te­rial for the group in­clud­ing logo de­sign, brochures, fly­ers, posters as well as web, so­cial me­dia con­tent and photo and video edit­ing.

Mr Sharkey grad­u­ated from Ul­ster Uni­ver­sity in 2014 and has ex­pe­ri­ence in sim­i­lar roles.

He’s worked as a graphic de­signer for the Child Evan­ge­lism Fel­low­ship. GARETH Crud­den is a new sales executive at pri­vate health­care firm 3fivetwo.

Mr Crud­den will be re­spon­si­ble for gen­er­at­ing new sales leads to ex­pand their cus­tomer base and in­crease brand aware­ness as well as new ser­vices.

He stud­ied In­ter­na­tional Busi­ness at Ul­ster Uni­ver­sity, grad­u­at­ing over 20 years ago.

He’s worked at 3fivetwo since July last year.

Mr Crud­den is a for­mer pupil of Rath­more Gram­mar School.

Some of Mr Crud­den’s skills in­clude field sales and so­cial selling. VIC­TO­RIA Ni­col has been ap­pointed as di­rec­tor of Belfast-based com­mu­ni­ca­tions and PR prac­tice Jago.

Ms Ni­col has joined the prac­tice, bring­ing over eight years of man­age­ment con­sul­tancy ex­pe­ri­ence gained in se­nior roles on ma­jor trans­for­ma­tion pro­grammes for a range of in­ter­na­tional cor­po­rate clients. She is de­scribed as pos­sess­ing “a wealth of ex­pe­ri­ence and knowl­edge” af­ter run­ning her own award-win­ning mar­ket­ing, de­sign and com­mu­ni­ca­tions agency in Lon­don.

Jago chief Shona Jago-cur­tis said she was “thrilled” to wel­come Ms Ni­col. ROBERT Maye has been an­nounced as group sales man­ager at 3fivetwo group.

Mr Maye’s new role will be to drive sales growth and rev­enue for the group, im­ple­ment­ing a strate­gic sales plan whilst man­ag­ing and sup­port­ing the group’s sales team.

With over 14 years of ex­pe­ri­ence in sales, he has a proven track record in de­liv­er­ing strate­gic and com­mer­cial growth with a fo­cus on busi­ness growth.

He grad­u­ated with a 2:1 in Pol­i­tics and His­tory from Queen’s Uni­ver­sity in 2002 and is a for­mer pupil of Methodist Col­lege. He’s worked for the group since 2015. JOY Scott has been an­nounced as the new chair of Clan­mil Hous­ing Group. Ms Scott, who has been a mem­ber of the Clan­mil board since 2012 and vice chair since 2014, has taken the top role at the as­so­ci­a­tion, which pro­vides al­most 5,000 so­cial and af­ford­able homes through­out North­ern Ire­land for families and older peo­ple.

Hav­ing worked for 30 years as a solic­i­tor in the fields of prop­erty, not-for-profit or­gan­i­sa­tions and bank­ing, Ms Scott is tipped to lead Clan­mil through an am­bi­tious three-year strat­egy fo­cus­ing on growth, value for money and build­ing strong neigh­bour­hoods.

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