BHP announces new Marketing Head

2nd September 2014

Barber Harrison & Plat (BHP) is delighted to announce the appointment of Amanda Noble-Simmons to Head of Marketing and Business Development.

Amanda has extensive professional services marketing experience with a career that spans 18 years, having worked in Gibraltar, the Cayman Islands and the UK, for a Big4 accountant and international law firms. The appointment marks a key hire in the development of the firm's future growth strategy following the rise of BHP as the fastest growing independent firm in the 2014 Accountancy Age Top 50. John Warner, Managing Partner said, -The partners are excited to welcome Amanda to the firm and look forward to seeing the output of her leadership and extensive experience in the form of enhanced client care, innovative ideas and marketing programmes that can take the firm even further forward in its future growth plans. Amanda says, -What attracted me to BHP was their forward thinking approach, their commitment to their clients, their staff development and how they are embracing technology to create a more efficient and innovative service to clients. Amanda is responsible for marketing and business development across all five of BHP's offices in Sheffield, Chesterfield, Leeds, York and Harrogate.

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