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Growth goal for Danbro’s new team

Left to right, senior business development managers Alex Moore and Chris Jones, with Chester Boothe,  who is heading new business development, along with senior business development managers Nathaniel Alexander and Amanda Price.

Left to right, senior business development managers Alex Moore and Chris Jones, with Chester Boothe, who is heading new business development, along with senior business development managers Nathaniel Alexander and Amanda Price.

Contractor accountancy and payroll specialist Danbro has appointed a strategic senior team to develop new business across the UK.

Blackpool-based Danbro delivers umbrella, limited company and CIS services to more than 6,500 contract workers throughout the UK.

It has already extended its in-house business development team in response to the surge in self employment.

Now a brand new team of senior business development managers in situ in key “super” regions across the UK is out to drive up business, galvanise growth, and extend Danbro’s expert service to new, as well as existing customers.

The move follows former recruitment industry heavyweight Chester Boothe’s appointment as head of new business development.

Danbro managing director Damian Broughton said the appointment of the new business team underlines the firm’s efforts to deliver exemplary service alongside sustainable growth.

“Danbro is about integrity, compliance and giving the best possible service for contractors’ individual needs.

“It is also dynamic. In order to grow Danbro and seize opportunities provided by unparalleled growth in the UK’s freelance workforce, Danbro needs to be out there telling people why we do it so much better.”

Chester said the appointment of four senior business development strategists – with at least one more to come - is a change of pace and face for Danbro.

“We’ve hand picked these people because they are the best. #

“They will be out there directly engaging with prospective and existing clients right across Britain.

“It’s a game changer for Danbro. It’s about getting boots on the ground out there and telling recruiters and contractors just how good Danbro is.”

Former professional rugby player Nathaniel said: “I’m delighted to have joined Danbro.

“I first came across the name in 2008 after moving into umbrella from recruitment and no-one had a bad word to say for them.

“Retention was down to great customer service, features, benefits, a trusted product and staff – rather than a great presence on the ground.”

Danbro currently employs more than 140 and works with more than 450 partner recruitment branches across the UK.

It is one of the sponsors of the Recruiter Awards for Excellence at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, on Wednesday.

 

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