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A leading provider of supply-chain software and services.

What’s the most exciting thing about your job?

A new problem every day, satisfied clients.

Who inspired you most in your career?

A manager I once had who taught me a philosophy I carry to this day that taught me to put myself in my bosses shoes so when the day comes that I wear them I can expect the same.

If you were an item in a warehouse, what would you be?

A voice unit as this represents the future of warehousing.

What brought you to this industry?

Much like many people by accident, started in RAF Logistics and enjoyed the variety in an industry that never stands still.

If you had to do it all over again, what would you do different?

I would have become a consultant much earlier in my career.

What’s your favourite pastime?

Spending time with loved ones and then Golf.

What’s the most embarrassing thing that’s ever happened to you?

It would be more embarrassing to tell.

Do you have any hidden talents?

No good if they’re hidden, I try to make sure my talents are fully exploited.

Who would be your favourite party guests?

Michael Stipe, he is a complex individual with a huge talent.

What is the greatest luxury in your life?

Currently cars, a BMW 7 series and Range Rover (my partners), make light of a difficult day in traffic.

If you won the Lottery, what would you do?

Make sure my loved ones were taken care of and then travel the world, maybe a few times!

Who or what makes you laugh?

Monty Python – especially Life Of Brian, a classic.

Do you have any secret ambitions?

To be a musician or a singer, nice thought!

What’s your favourite holiday destination?

Dubai or Australia.

What’s your favourite music album

Snow Patrol – Eyes Open, signified a hugely positive change of direction in my life.

What’s your favourite movies?

life-of-brianLife Of Brian and The Stand.

What’s your favourite book?

The Stand – Stephen King.

Who or what do you detest the most?

Inconsiderate People.

What would be your advice to someone thinking about coming into the industry (apart from “don’t do it”)?

I think the industry has lots to offer and I would say if you are willing to learn and develop then the limits to what you can achieve are only those set by yourself.

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