Latest News | 13 April 2022

New management team for technology consultancy

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Technology consultancy TBAT Innovation has announced the appointment of a new management team.

As part of the changes, Matt Symonds, who joined TBAT in 2007, will step down from his position as managing director but will remain as co-owner, director, and advisor within the business.

Sam Stephens, who founded TBAT Innovation in 2002, will also step back, but similarly retain an active role in the business as co-owner, director, and advisor.

TBAT’s new managing director, Ryan Mouncy, is currently operations manager for the business.

His promotion will see him lead the company’s strategic direction to focus on the continuing growth of the team and its service offering.

In support of this, Vincent Seddon, currently business development manager is promoted to commercial director, with Elaine Williams, currently internal R&D accountant, promoted to finance director.

With over 12 years’ experience in management and R&D, Ryan has been a key member of TBAT’s leadership team since 2017.

He has since played an instrumental role in the development and management of TBAT’s team, systems, and processes.

He is currently completing a three-year MBA which will provide him with further skills and insight to strategically lead the business.

He said: “It’s a privilege to work with such a committed team and to strategically guide them into the next phase of growth.

“The approach is simple, we listen to our customers, adopt a growth mindset, and ultimately add value at every opportunity.”

Matt said: “The last 15 years have been a fantastic journey and looking back on how the business has developed makes me feel very extremely proud.

“This change has been in the planning for a good while now and I’m really delighted to see Ryan, Vincent, and Elaine step up into these new roles.

“We have strong and ambitious growth plans and I’m confident that this trio and the wider team will realise them. I’m excited for the future, and for working with the team.”

Sam said: “When I set up the business back in 2002, little did I know that we would develop into such a large and successful team.

“We’ve learned an incredible amount along the way and all that learning has gone into the growth plans that we’re pushing forward with now.

“I’m looking forward to what the future holds for TBAT and supporting that journey.”

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