Made in Manchester: A Young Professionals Panel
Join future pro-manchester on 20thSeptember, as we’ll be putting together a stellar panel of previous winners from Made in Manchester Awards onto a panel discussion.
Within this session the panel will be sharing their personal journeys, challenges and achievements as a young professional in Manchester. They’ll be discussing how they’ve taken charge of their careers early-on and provide handy tips on how others can also jumpstart their careers to become the next future leaders in Manchester.
future pro-manchester is dedicated to promoting and developing young talent within Greater Manchester’s business and professional sector.
About the Speakers:
Doug is a Director within the Audit and Assurance practice at Deloitte, specialising in listed and multi-national audits, with a focus on the consumer product and retail industries. He is the chair of future-pro Manchester and a trustee of Herefordshire Mind.
Kleon West is a director at theEword, a multi-award winning digital marketing agency based in Manchester. theEword specialise in marketing the spaces and places of multiple brands, including Madame Tussauds, Glasgow Airport and Select Property Group. Kleon has been recognised for his work with new client acquisition, recently being shortlisted for The BD100 by The Drum and winning Business Development Professional of the year, at the Insider awards.
Rebekah is an Assistant Manager in the Restructuring business based in the North West of England. Rebekah works with a range of corporates, lenders and stakeholders in supporting businesses through funding pressures and creditor pressures. She has both advisory and insolvency experience across a diverse range of sectors, including public sector, e-commerce and consumer goods.
Dom has a strong technology focus, having been involved in a number of high profile software and tech-enabled services transactions since joining in 2012.
Dom previously worked within KPMG’s transactions and restructuring practice and prior to that studied English Literature (BA) and Business Management (MA) at Durham. He has an MBA from Manchester Business School and is a qualified insolvency practitioner.