IT service provider invests in young professionals

29 September 2022

Midlands IT service provider, Intercity, has put 10 of its employees forward to join the Future Faces network, an influential group of young professionals and the leaders of tomorrow, run by the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.

Future Faces provides members with a chance to develop their leadership and professional skills with its extensive programme of events and mentoring opportunities.

The ten members of Intercity’s team include new business development manager, Oliver Hayward; head of inside sales Emma Bateson; marketing executive Averil Wagoner; people advisor Callum Downing; talent attraction advisor Amy Want; head of PMO Sarah Griffiths; finance manager Katy Fox; customer service manager Laura Hunt; inside sales account manager Jonathan Weekes, and project manager Ryan Edge.

Emma Bateson was shortlisted for a Future Faces Award, in the ‘Future Face of Marketing & Communication’ category at the group’s Annual Awards Dinner.

Christina Pendleton, chief people officer at Intercity, said: “We’re delighted to organise Future Faces memberships for ten of our growing team.

After the last few years of working remotely, it’s so important for our young staff members to get back out there and network with likeminded professionals in the city, making connections and learning from some of the best in the business!”

Intercity is a Birmingham based technology services business with over 35 years’ experience, operating services such as cloud computing, security and hosting.

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