Laird employee shortlisted for IMI Outstanding Achievers Award

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22 September 2014


Lee Baty, engineering manager

Laird Experts are delighted to announce that our engineering manager, Lee Baty, has been shortlisted at the IMI Oustanding Achievers Awards 2014.  Lee has been shortlisted for the ‘outstanding management professional’ award and was selected from a very high standard of applicants.

The awards ceremony takes place on 23rd October at the Heritage Motor Centre in Gaydon and will be attended by HRH Prince Michael of Kent. The IMI is the professional association for individuals working in retail motor industry and the authoritative voice of the sector. IMI are also the governing body for Professional Register, IMI Accreditations (ATA) and the best source of automotive careers information, standards and qualifications.

Lee joined Laird in April 2013 and quickly took over as engineering manager.  He manages all our field and desktop engineers and is a real asset to the company.  We are very proud to have him as part of our Laird team.

 



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