DECLAN Swan has been appointed chief executive officer at the UK200Group of independent accountancy and law firms.
Swan joins having spent a decade leading and running membership organisations, most recently at the National Education Business Partnership Network, where he has gained strong expertise in marketing and business development.
His new role will see him implement the group’s latest strategy and further develop markets and commercial relationships for its members at local, national and international level.
Nick Willis, UK200Group president, said: “Declan’s experience and knowledge of the small to medium sized business market coupled with his relationship-building skills make him ideal for the role at the UK200Group.
“His appointment signals our intention to move to the next phase of our strategic development where we will concentrate on promoting the group and its members to the wider market.”
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