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.