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The Federation of Small Businesses has appointed three entrepreneurs, including IT specialists and the head of a recruitment business, to join its member-led national board of directors.
IT, cyber security and digital transformation specialist Olu Odeniyi and information management entrepreneur Alison North are joining the board as directors.
Meanwhile, recruitment and employment services entrepreneur Tina McKenzie is taking up the newly created role of deputy chair, policy and advocacy (UK).
All three are experienced member volunteers at FSB, and will join the existing national board of directors made up of FSB member small business owners.
Ms McKenzie has spent more than three years as chair of FSB’s Northern Ireland policy unit, Mr Odeniyi is an FSB volunteer in Thames Valley and Ms North has served as FSB’s area lead for Swindon and Wiltshire.
“FSB is proud to represent the UK’s small business and self-employed community,” said FSB national chairman Mike Cherry.
“Our volunteers, alongside a dedicated staff team, work hard to support entrepreneurs right across the country and in every sector, and to give small businesses the big voice they deserve.
“Tina, Olu and Alison bring a wealth of experience and enthusiasm, and I’m delighted to welcome them to the national board of directors.”