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Armstrong Craven appoints Neville

Armstrong Craven appoints new client partnerGlobal talent mapping and pipelining specialist Armstrong Craven has recruited a new client partner to its Consumer and Industrial team.

Catherine Neville brings with her almost 20 years’ experience having held several senior management and director level roles, with a strong background in providing talent solutions across a range of sectors including aerospace, defence, nuclear and utilities.

Catherine said: “The approach Armstrong Craven takes is innovative and very different to others. It is a lot more strategic, working in partnership and adding significant value to our clients.

“A strategic approach to talent acquisition can make a real difference to organisations operating in sectors such as aerospace and nuclear where senior and scarce talent is in such high demand.”

She joins Armstrong Craven’s established Consumer and Industrial team which provides talent mapping, pipelining and insight to some of the world’s biggest brands.

Tom Mason, CEO of Armstrong Craven, said: “Catherine is an experienced operator with a wealth of knowledge of a number of important sectors to Armstrong Craven including aerospace and nuclear. She is one of a number of key appointments we have made across our core teams in recent months.

“Just like our clients, we pride ourselves on being able to attract the best talent to work at Armstrong Craven. Having the right people on board will enable us to continue to scale our own business in the UK and internationally.”

Armstrong Craven has seen annual growth in excess of 45 per cent since 2014. The firm has offices in London, Manchester and Singapore with further offices due to open in 2018.

Tom Mason recently joined as CEO with responsibility for building the firm’s global reach.

In addition to Consumer and Industrial, the firm’s other key sectors are Technology, Healthcare and Life Sciences, Financial Services and Professional Services.


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