People moves: ML Financial, Norwich Research Partners and Think

Paul Reed, who has taken over as financial controller of Norwich Research Park. Picture: Joe Lenton.

Paul Reed, who has taken over as financial controller of Norwich Research Park. Picture: Joe Lenton. - Credit: Archant

A round-up of the major appointments across the region this week.

Victoria Barr, Laura Pipe & Gary Cook of ML Financial. Picture: SUPPLIED.

Victoria Barr, Laura Pipe & Gary Cook of ML Financial. Picture: SUPPLIED. - Credit: Archant

Paul Reed has been appointed as financial controller at Norwich Research Partners LLP.

He joins from the Royal Norfolk Agricultural Association, and said: 'It is wonderful to be at the centre of such a forwarding-thinking organisation that is dedicated to supporting innovative developments.

'Having previously worked for start-up and corporate organisations, I can very much identify with challenges both new and established businesses face. I am absolutely delighted to join the team and finding out more about life here at Norwich Research Park.'

PR, marketing and design agency Think has appointed Martine Watker as director of the East of England.

Martine Watker and think PR managing director Rachel Creegan. Picture: Submitted

Martine Watker and think PR managing director Rachel Creegan. Picture: Submitted - Credit: Archant


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Miss Watker joins the Aberdeen-based agency from the East of England Energy Group where she was commercial and communications manager and will continue to be based in Norwich.

'It is an exciting time to become part of the team, and I look forward to bringing Think's PR, marketing and design skills to my local area,' said Miss Watker.

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ML Financial Associates, which has offices in Wymondham, has taken on new team members.

Victoria Barr has joined as executive assistant and project manager, and Laura Pipe has joined as technical administrator.

Gary Cook is the new business development manager.

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