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We welcome Paul Gill, who joined SciChem in July this year as Managing Director.
Paul said: "I would firstly like to take this opportunity to thank John Turton and Brian Cartland for placing their trust in me and appointing me Managing Director of their company. I accepted this position for two main reasons. The first being the company's amazing history: the family values kept alive by John and Brian are an invaluable part of what makes this company what it is today. I will attempt over the coming years to stay true to those values and operate the company with the same levels of fairness, passion and integrity shown in the past.
The second thing I liked was John and Brian's recognition that the company needs to change. Their willingness to appoint someone to make those changes and their desire for that change to happen is a milestone in the company's history. The market place is fluid, in order to stay ahead and be successful we must be able to adapt to that market place.
My background is sales. I have spent my whole career growing profitable sales, from internal account management, to field sales to sales management and as a managing director.
I am excited about our future."Back to Top
Wolverhampton, 23.06.2016 - SciChem today announce that we have appointed a new Managing Director to replace Gary Owen who will be stepping down at the end of July.
John Turton, SciChem's long-standing Chairman says: "We will miss Gary immensely and we wish him well for his future."
John continues: "With this new appointment we are delighted to put in place a new management structure that will continue to grow the SciChem brand and to consolidate the foundations that have been put in place over the last 60 years. Our new Managing Director will assume his role at the end of July and we look forward to welcoming him to SciChem."Back to Top
MAY 2015: Additional Funding of over EUR108 million to Schools for Minor Works Grant and Multi-Annual Summer Works Scheme
The Minister for Education and Skills, Jan O'Sullivan, T.D., has officially confirmed the provision of EUR28.5 million for the payment of a Minor Works grant to primary schools for the current school year and also the allocation of EUR80 million over 2016 and 2017 for a multi-annual Summer Works Scheme for schools.
This funding was initially promised as part of the Budget 2016 investment in schools.
Minor Works Grant
Over EUR28m is being made available to facilitate the issue of the 2015/2016 Minor Works Grant to primary schools.
This grant will issue to all primary schools by 20th November 2015. The EUR28.5m fund is focused on improving the physical infrastructure of schools and the purchase of standard furniture and physical education equipment, and IT related equipment without needing to deal directly with the Department.Back to Top