Graeme has a 1st class honours degree in electrical and electronic engineering which was followed up by an accountancy qualification. He has been involved in manufacturing, system development, product development and project management in roles ranging from technical design to sales and board director level.
Graeme has had significant success in strategic redevelopment and growth through sales and acquisitions and turnaround success in taking businesses from significant loss to very profitable business enterprises.
Further career moves involved running a business support organisation where he developed a business model that was later adopted nationally by the Dept of Industry to provide support to SMEs in England. This was followed by establishing and running one of the National Skills Academies to support Process industries.
He now operates his own company and works as a Strategic and Interim Manager offering “Trusted Resource for Critical Help” which in recent years has focused on efficiency improvement in health and adult social care.
For over 35 years Graeme has been an Executive Director and also as a non-executive director and has extensive experience in company governance including chairing audit committees for publicly funded companies.
Graeme is a keen sportsman, both as a participant and a spectator, and brings commercial, governance and strategic skills to GB Badminton.