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Thursday, 23 October 2014

New chairman for Cumbria branch of directors’ institute

The Institute of Directors North West has named Neil McNicholas as chairman of its Cumbria branch.

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Neil McNicholas

He is managing director of Direct Rail Services, the Carlisle-based rail operator owned by the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. He helped to set up the business in 1995.

Tony Attard, chairman of the Institute of Directors branch, said: “Neil has been intimately involved in the development of businesses within Cumbria for more than 25 years. We welcome him as chairman and look forward to his contribution in growing and supporting business in the area.”

The institute has around 150 members in Cumbria.

Mr McNicholas said: “I am keen to speak to businesses about the issues that really concern them and am looking forward, with my committee, to compiling an active and diverse programme of events.”


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