OneSearch Direct strengthens management team to take advantage of growing demand

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9 March 2015


OneSearch200OneSearch Direct, the largest local authority data search company in the UK, has announced it has strengthened its management team to take advantage of accelerating demand for its property information products.  Elizabeth Jarvis has been appointed as managing director and Marcus Noble becomes OneSearch Direct’s new chairman.

Elizabeth Jarvis said: “We are seeing a huge uplift in demand especially from high street conveyancing professionals. Most of the demand probably comes from a general increase in transactions. However, conveyancers are telling us that the speedy provision of quality information that can be relied on is a huge help in concluding sales. We are investing right across the business to ensure that quality and our level of service is maintained.”

Elizabeth Jarvis has worked in the industry for 20 years and has been chief operating officer of OneSearch Direct for the last ten.

Marcus Noble has a strong background in corporate finance.  Noble has advised the boards of NADSAQ and LSE technology companies and has been on the board of OneSearch Direct as a non-executive director for 15 years. He said: “With our strengthened management team, backed by Souter Investments, we are now entering new and exciting era for the company.  Our vast database of property information puts OneSearch Direct in a unique position in the search industry and we will be capitalising and developing this in both existing and new markets as we move forward.”

For more information on OneSearch Direct visit http://www.onesearchdirect.co.uk

 



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