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Licence Bureau expands management team

Licence Bureau has made three key appointments to support its expanding business portfolio and client base in the last 12 months.

Sam Ennis and Sam Field (pictured) take up the roles of partner development manager, responsible for growing and maintaining the organisation’s key partner relationships.

Martin Starkey has assumed the role of training manager, responsible for Licence Bureau’s education portfolio including MyUK, the new online training course designed to help foreign drivers stay safe on UK roads.

“We have significantly expanded the team over the past 12 months, in line with our business strategy, to meet the needs of a growing number of key partners as well as support the development in our products and services across all areas of compliance management.

“Our services typically reduce the cost of ensuring you comply with fleet management legislation by 64%. Demonstrating you comply with the legislation can also reduce your corporate insurance costs by a further 11%,” said Steve Pinchen, sales director at Licence Bureau.

Licence Bureau’s ‘compliance journey’ provides fleet operators with an ongoing managed service that covers all aspects of safety and compliance from employee audits and licence validation, through to incident management and driver training.

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