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New Board Structure At Clays

Posted at 10:22AM Thursday 30 Jan 2014

Clays parent company St Ives has put in place a new advisory board at the book printer, in addition to its existing operating board, that will focus on delivering a new business strategy for the company in response to changing market demands

St Ives chief executive Patrick Martell will chair the new board, while Clays managing director Kate McFarlan will move aside from the operating board, handing the reins to current operations director Paul Hulley, in order to take up the new full-time role of strategic director on the advisory board.

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