Global Infusion Group appoints Tim Young as Managing Director
Event, catering and brand logistics specialist Global Infusion Group has appointed Tim Young as its new managing director.
Buckinghamshire based Global Infusion Group’s CEO; Bonnie May has been shortlisted in three categories at a prestigious national awards event that celebrates the best of British. The National Business Women’s Awards 2022 recognises and rewards the achievements of industrious, hardworking and enterprising businesswomen throughout the UK.
With 21 awards presented on the night, Bonnie is a finalist in the Business Woman of the Year, International Women’s Award and Lifetime Achievement Award categories. Entries were invited from companies operating in all industries throughout the UK, from SMEs to PLCs and just 150 women have successfully made the shortlist. Winners will be announced at a glittering awards ceremony held in London on Friday 18th November.
Global Infusion Group has built a reputation for delivering catering, hospitality and brand logistics for major events and brands on the global stage. The company’s experience, expertise, relationships and reputation for successful delivery at major international events is unrivalled. In a crowded market, that includes high performing PLCs, Global Infusion Group is an owner managed SME, led by Bonnie as CEO.
Commenting on becoming a finalist, Bonnie May, CEO of Global Infusion Group said: “After the challenges we have all collectively faced over the last couple of years, it is a huge honour to be amongst the finalists in these national awards. Whilst recognition at the National Business Women’s Awards is for individual business leaders, the entire Global Infusion Group team should be incredibly proud of what we have collectively achieved. It is my privilege to lead this talented team as we continue to demonstrate our ability to deliver catering, hospitality and logistics for major events and brands on the global stage.”
Please contact Eventive Communications for more information