Get Ahead welcomes new regional director for Kent

Virtual outsourcing agency Get Ahead has welcomed a new regional director to its expanding network. Hazel Hall will lead the Kent region, helping companies in Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks, Ashford and beyond to get ahead.

Get Ahead offers nationwide business support services, enabling companies of all sizes and sectors to “get ahead”.

From bookkeeping to blogging, database management to design, social media to sales strategy and telephone answering to translation, its team of over 80 highly skilled virtual business experts delivers support on an hourly, project or ongoing basis.

A CIPD-qualified HR manager, Hazel is highly skilled in people management and training and development, with exceptional coaching and counselling skills.

Having worked in a cross-functional role leading both marketing and HR at a global engineering company, Hazel also brings significant expertise in marketing management, business planning, customer relationship management (CRM) and event management.

Over the next few months, Hazel looks forward to networking and building connections with many local businesses across Kent, including Tunbridge Wells, Sevenoaks and Ashford.

Hazel said: “I had been looking for a new opportunity for a while but hadn’t found the right solution. Though I enjoyed my charity HR management role, I wanted to do something different.

“I considered setting up my own HR consulting firm, but joining Get Ahead gives me the scope to do that and much more.

“The business model is incredibly flexible. I can handpick from their team of over 80 business support experts to provide the skills local businesses need right from day one. Clients only pay for the support they need, as and when they need it.”

Get Ahead founder Rebecca Newenham added: “Hazel has worked in a wide range of sectors and had some high-profile global roles. She has an excellent track record of driving businesses forward, as well as an understanding of how smaller organisations work.

“She can relate to many of our client’s opportunities and challenges and is clearly passionate about how outsourcing to the right people can help companies succeed.

“I am confident that Hazel will flourish, and I look forward to helping her make her regional business a success.”

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