News: North appoints Coreen Bone as Chief People Officer

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North appoints Coreen Bone as Chief People Officer

North, a leading UK IoT service and solutions provider, has hired new Chief People Officer (CPO), Coreen Bone. She will report directly to CEO Glen Williams.
North appoints Coreen Bone as Chief People Officer

UK-based IoT services and solutions provider North has last week announced the appointment of Coreen Bone to the position of Chief People Officer. Bone will be joining North’s executive leadership team, working directly with CEO Glen Williams. This is  following their recent investment from Livingbridge and the acquisition of Data Techniques. 

Spanning over 20 year of experience, Bone has worked across a range of industries, holding executive roles at Xerox Business Services. She provided strategic and operational people solutions to aid large-scale growth, along with the triumphant consolidation of acquired companies. Recently, she held the position of CPO at Allvotec, using her experience to assist and advise employees throughout the pandemic. 

North CEO Glenn Williams said: “Having previously worked across similar roles within the technology sector, Coreen has exceptional knowledge of how-to best devise and implement strategies that prioritise people. She also has a deep understanding of business integration and how processes are best streamlined and managed. Coreen will play a key role in building a strong company culture based on our core values of creativity, collaboration, community, humility and service. Her appointment further bolsters our senior leadership team and highlights our commitment to support our employees as we undergo our transformation to become the UK’s leading provider of integrated technology solutions.”

 

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