Denis Chamberlain joins MorePeople as an Associate Director

Company: MorePeople

Denis will be working with Guy Moreton and the team at MorePeople on the continued development of the range of recruitment and training solutions that we provide across the broad categories of Agriculture and Production Horticulture.

Denis Chamberlain is a widely experienced professional manager and director with more than 45 years experience in the agricultural, food and countryside sectors. He recently retired as Chief Executive at The Royal Agricultural Society of England, and prior to that had a distinguished career in Journalism and PR, having been Editor of Farmers Weekly and running his own Marketing and PR business for over 20 years. Denis was awarded the MBE for services to British agriculture in 2004.

Commenting on Denis’s appointment, MorePeople Director Guy Moreton says, “We are delighted that someone of Denis’s calibre and experience has chosen to join us here at MorePeople. His understanding of the needs and challenges facing the UK’s agricultural and agri-food sectors can only benefit us and our clients in sourcing talented individuals and developing the type of training initiatives that they’ll need to make sure they remain at the forefront of the sectors they operate in.”

Denis’s appointment continues to demonstrate MorePeople’s commitment to developing a sector leading People Solutions business operating across all areas of the fresh food, agriculture and horticultural supply chain. It also underlines our principle of recruiting team members with practical hands-on experience that is directly relevant to the areas they operate in, and we believe this is all the more important when recruiting for senior manager and director level roles.

As is always the case for us here at MorePeople, we are working on a number of exciting projects that are in the development stage at the moment, and we believe that Denis’s experience and expertise will be a great asset to both us and all of our clients.

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