Roslyns Accountancy Appoint National Operations Manager - Daryl Cockerill

7th November 2014

National Operations Manager Daryl has over 20 years of experience in the licensed trade and has an excellent track record of team development and profit delivery.

During the last seven years, Daryl has worked with London based venture capital providers and has helped to deliver three successful pub companies across the country. Prior to this, he worked with Greene King on the development of the new 'Hungry Horse' chain and was the Tenanted Operations Director at Everards Brewery in Leicester. Outside of work Daryl enjoys spending time with his family, watching Northampton Saints and Leicester City, and trekking, including Mount Kilimanjaro. Daryl has stated -I am delighted to be joining Roslyn's at this exciting time. The board has ambitious growth and development plans, and I look forward to supporting them in achieving these goals. We will be working hard to develop a customer experience that is the forefront of leisure and hospitality accountancy operations. There is an excellent team of professional staff in place and will look to offer the best solutions for all operators across the country. There is a real drive and passion to put the customers first and deliver quality, timely information to help them develop their business. Martin Roslyn, Managing Director of Roslyn's, is very happy with the appointment of Daryl, advising -Daryl has a proven track record of team management and motivation, and will enhance our current field team bringing even higher standards of advice and support from our quality BDMs and Stocktakers nationwide.

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