Leading print and marketing communication services provider Taylor Bloxham Group has announced senior management changes which will come into effect on 1st May 2016.
The CEO, Chris Bowen, is leaving for personal reasons. Robert Lockwood, currently Taylor Bloxham’s financial director, will assume the role of CEO.
Chris steps down after over six years at the helm of the Leicester based company. In that time he has been instrumental in expanding and diversifying the company’s activities, particularly the successful launch and development of Instore, the Group’s innovative point-of-purchase service provider. He has also implemented a major restructure of the Taylor Bloxham Group and overseen a significant and continuing investment programme.
Taylor Bloxham Group Executive Chairman, April Moss commented, ‘Chris Bowen’s contribution to the continuing success and redevelopment of the Taylor Bloxham Group has been significant and we wish him well for the future.
We are delighted that we are in a position to appoint Robert Lockwood as his successor as CEO. Robert’s hands-on approach to our company will stand us in great stead as we continue to develop and grow our business.
We are a family-run business with a family ethos. My late father, Bruce Sharpless, was involved in the development of the company from its formation over 75 years ago. We have maintained that continuity to the present day. We will continue to maintain our unique approach to the market for the benefit of our customers and staff.’