We are delighted to announce that the Printed Cup Company has recruited two new non-executive directors on board to help the company focus on its long term goals. Both directors bring extensive experience and knowledge to the board; Marj Boyer has worked with a number of businesses to create sustainable & profitable growth. Amie Stringer has 15 years’ experience in import, export & environmental resource management.
Marj is an international growth and transformation specialist, with experience covering many areas of the economy. She has a reputation of growing businesses and the people within them. Her priority is to ensure that the business continues on a profitable growth path by strengthening balance sheets and allowing stakeholders to benefit from a company’s continued success. Her approach to business has been called ‘a common sense view that is not that common’, and the focus is on both the strategic and practical steps to growth.
With over 30 years of international and diverse experience, her background includes Managing Director of a joint venture based in the gulf; Managing Director of McBrides and Granfield in London; Managing Director of both BMS and BFS, financial services companies, based in Shropshire and Chief Executive Officer of One Central Park in Manchester. She has also been on the Advisory Board of Cuadrilla Resources; is on the Board of a Spanish organization and is a Non-Executive Director for Intuitive Recruitment, based in Lancashire. Her advisory roles have included assisting the Managing Director of a £14million pound turnover import, manufacturing and distribution company, with a Board restructure and diversification programme.
Amie Stringer has been appointed to the board of Printed Cup Company as a non-executive director as of 1 August 2018. Amie brings over 15 years of industry experience particularly in the import/export markets and has held senior management positions for the last 10 years. Following on from a degree in Business Management at Kings College London, she gained experience in multiple market sectors including healthcare, retail and catering before settling in environmental resource management. Amie held a position on an industry board of directors tasked with being at the forefront of the industry, communicating between government and industry and being the representative for the delivery of vital messages regarding the industry to the general public. Amie has significant amount of experience with taking SME’s from initial stages of trading to multi million pound businesses.
Founder, Mark Woodward said:
” We are delighted to have appointed Marj and Amie to the board to directors. At Printed Cup Company, we believe that the most important asset to any business is the people in it, therefore bringing two new members will strengthen our board and push the business to its long term goals.