TM Group announces a board level vacancy to help oversee ambitious growth plans

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12 March 2012


TM Group has revealed plans to recruit a new board member to help oversee the planned growth of the company as it enters new markets.

Since it was established in 1999 TM has grown rapidly, despite the struggling property market and, with even more ambitious plans to develop its innovative technology, TM is now looking for a Sales and Marketing Director to join the Board of Directors.

Paul Albone, Managing Director of TM Group says “Over the last decade, we have continued to deliver innovation to the conveyancing market and now, to capitalise on our progressive stance, we are looking for someone to play a key part in the organisation and to help achieve our ambitious expansion plans for the future.

“One of the greatest strengths of TM is our ability to move fast and deliver right first time. We need someone who will thrive in this environment. We're looking for someone who is highly motivated, loves the idea of being instrumental in creating something new and has the drive to help make it happen. They will focus on developing the marketing strategy to drive the brand and realise our planned business growth.

“It is an exciting time for the business and I am confident that this opportunity will offer an exciting challenge for the right person.”

For more details about the role please contact Paul Albone on 07977 256878 or Paul.Albone@TMGroup.co.uk



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