New Non-executive Director at Affinity IT

5th July 2017

Affinity IT Services, a leading provider of IT and Telecoms Services in Sheffield can announce the appointment of Andrew Fulham as a non-executive director from this month.

Following on from substantial sustained growth in recent years this appointment underlines their ambitions for expansion pursued across IT, Telecoms and Electrical divisions. Colin Beaumont, MD and Founder of Affinity said: Myself and the team at Affinity are delighted to welcome Andrew on board. Being an ex-customer of Affinity, Andrew offers a unique perspective to the board. These are very exciting times at Affinity and Andrew's particular commercial experience brings real impact and will be invaluable as we work strategically to achieve ambitious targets over the coming months and years. Andrew Fulham, said: I'm most excited, knowing most of the team from my previous business, to be joining the Affinity family. Colin and his team have an exciting business plan ahead of them, I'm therefore looking forward to assisting the team to fulfil their ambitions sharing my experiences and objectivity.

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