Bruce Page (Bruce Page Flexible Resourcing)
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Bruce handles flexible resourcing solutions for clients primarily in the areas of Finance.
He would like to hear from business owners who are going through change and who would benefit from the input of an experienced FD on a flexible basis of either days per week or days per month to work with them to make their businesses more successful.
All preliminary discussions are FREE of charge. If we do not deliver measureable results then you don't pay.
He would also like to meet Finance Directors and senior financial managers with experience of delivering manageable results in the SME sector and who are interested in building a portfolio of work with a variety of clients or permanent careers and who would like to be considered for inclusion in the BPflexR FD panel.
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Contact me at : email@example.com
Provision of Finance Directors on a flexible or contract basis, AiM listed small cap businesses and owner managed businesses wanting to grow, get ready for an exit or to enhance owner value. Recruitment and access to a network of specialists in Marketing, HR, IT and other support services available on a flexible basis.
A qualified chartered accountant, Bruce held senior positions at KPMG and Thomson McClintock and in 1976 joined Douglas Llambias Associates, an accountancy and financial recruitment consultancy. In 1978, Bruce moved to Coopers & Lybrand as head of recruitment for London, being made personnel director in 1981. In 1986, he returned to Douglas Llambias Associates as managing director and was instrumental in turning the business back into profit prior to its sale to an MBO/MBI for £10m in 1997. In 1998 Bruce set up his own internet based recruitment company and in 2002 joined Longbridge International plc, an AIM quoted international executive search company, becoming Finance and Operations Director in May 2003 and was involved in their reverse takeover by Greatfleet Plc in late 2005. He joined AshtonPenney an AiM listed interim service provider in January 2006 as Finance and Operations Director following their admission to Aim in October 2005. He took over as Interim Chief Executive in March 2007 until the appointment of a new Chief Executive in December 2008. He left this business in May 2009 following a change in direction and runs a business providing SME owner mangers with high quality resources on a flexible basis to assist in developing their businesses and making them more profitable and valuable.