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Astutis Welcomes Newest Team Member

 Oct 2012

Paul Grayson-Davies joins Astutis from BT as Account Manager covering Wales and the South West.

Paul brings vast experience of working within the SME and Corporate client sectors across Engineering, Telecommunication and Electrical industries over the past 20 years. Supporting Health, Education and Government accounts, he is committed to creating long-standing relationships and managing budgets to deliver low cost, efficient solutions for his clients.

In at the deep end, Paul has already demonstrated he is a true team player having recently been ‘roped in’ to do the Cardiff 10k as part of the Astutis team which took the award as top fundraiser with over £865 going to the Kidney Wales Foundation.

He says: 
I jumped at the opportunity of joining the Astutis team which came across as dynamic, professional, friendly and ambitious. Having worked for a major blue-chip company for 16 years, I hope to add value to these ambitions by building on new and existing relationships across various sectors.

Steve Terry, Managing Director said:
We are delighted to welcome Paul to the team. He is committed to building partner relationships by fully understanding the Client’s needs. Having already completed the NEBOSH NGC himself, Paul appreciates the level of commitment needed to successfully complete Health and Safety training and is well placed to guide our clients appropriately. Astutis is committed to delivering efficient, cost effective health and safety training solutions and Paul is seen as a respected and trusted member of the team.

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