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TSG appoints Business Development Executive

TSG appoints Business Development Executive

Wednesday 16 September 2020

TSG appoints Business Development Executive


The former head of a pan-Europe cybersecurity business that previously supported over 200 NHS organisations has joined TSG as a Business Development Executive.

The firm says James Baker’s appointment will help them with their ongoing growth.

Earlier this year, TSG designed and built a system to enable frontline workers to access the Government’s bank of PPE.

They also joined forces with G4S to create a service responding to received from clients to be able to access documents remotely during and after the pandemic. 

Andy Delaney, Chief Executive Officer at TSG Technology Services said: “This is a really key appointment for TSG and I am looking forward to working with James, and seeing how his experience, knowledge and drive will move our business forward. We are extremely excited to have James on the team and I know that his drive for success and his business insight will be a huge benefit to TSG.” 

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Pictured: Andy Delaney, the Chief Executive Officer, TSG Technology Services.

Mr Baker commented: “This is a fantastic opportunity for me to work with a group of people who have tremendous skillsets, and an exciting range of products and services. I am really looking forward to running a number of the new initiatives that TSG has planned for release before the end of the year. It will be great to get to know the team and help drive this local business to new successes.”

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