England’s largest Group Training Association, Training 2000, has made two senior appointments to support ambitious international expansion plans.
Gillian McCammon, 35, from Blackburn and Bushra Khan, 33, from Bolton have been welcomed by the Blackburn-based firm as strategic marketing manager and business growth manager respectively.
Gillian spent four years at independent insurance intermediary, Chase Templeton, playing a key role in the delivery of its digital strategy and rebrand. She has also occupied senior roles at B2B communications provider, Daisy PLC in Nelson, with responsibility for marketing the indirect partner channel.
As strategic marketing manager, Gillian will develop, implement and oversee branding, communications and digital marketing functions at Training 2000, whilst helping drive forward and expand commercially-funded training.
Former global bids and tenders manager of Air Energi, Bushra was responsible for international growth in the oil and gas sector. During her 4 year tenure she successfully helped the group expand into more than 35 locations.
As business growth manager, Bushra will devise and implement Training 2000’s next phase of international growth plans, with a particular focus on enterprise and commercial sectors.
Gillian and Bushra will report directly to Sian Wilson, head of business development and marketing at Training 2000.
Sian said: “Both Gillian and Bushra bring with them a wealth of expertise and we’re pleased to welcome them on board.
“They join the business at an important time and will be invaluable in driving forward our aggressive international expansion plans.”
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