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Ed Jordan has been appointed as the new Chief Executive at leading enterprise agency, Wenta, and starts in his post this month.
Ed brings with him a wealth of strategic management and leadership experience across commercial, third sector and public organisations having previously been Chief Executive at North London charity, The Peel Institute, Chief Operating Office at Coin Street Community Builders and Director of Income and Enterprise at national housing and homelessness charity, Shelter. Ed has also previously held senior roles in operations, sales and marketing for a subsidiary of Clarks International.
With direct experience of self-employment having run his own management consultancy business in the past also, Ed brings an eclectic wealth of knowledge and expertise – ideal for Wenta, the leading social enterprise that seeks to provide inclusive business advice and support to those starting and growing their own business.
Ed has a strong reputation for being an innovative and passionate leader, putting communities and clients at the heart of the business.
Chris Pichon, Chairman of Wenta, said:
“I’m delighted to welcome Ed as the new CEO of Wenta. Ed brings a wealth of experience from his extensive social enterprise and commercial background. There are some serious challenges ahead from an ever-changing world, none more so than Brexit, but Wenta is well placed to meet these challenges head on. I wish Ed and the team well for the future.“
Ed is excited to be joining Wenta. He said:
“It’s an honour to have been chosen by the Board to lead Wenta and the team. As a social enterprise that achieves so much for the local small business community, it really is something special. I am looking forward to achieving great things across all areas of Wenta’s services.”
Wenta are the leading Enterprise Agency in Herts and Beds offering Business Advice, Office/Workshop space and Education & Training programmes.
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