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Sean Jarvis, Chief Executive of Leicestershire County Cricket Club, joins LBV board

29 May 2024

Leicestershire Business Voice (LBV), the voice for local businesses, has appointed Sean Jarvis as its newest board member. Sean is Chief Executive of Leicestershire County Cricket Club and joins nine other members on the LBV board.


Your Voice – Hawsons

7 March 2024

Founded 170 years ago, Hawsons Chartered Accountants are a medium size accountancy firm with offices based in Northampton, Sheffield and Doncaster covering the Midlands and a wider global presence. The Hawsons team reflect their core values, with each value leading to growth, a key part of why they do what they do. David Cairns, Senior Tax Partner has extensive knowledge and experience with a wide skillset making him a senior tax specialist.


Your Voice – Mattioli Woods

27 February 2024

Founded 30 years ago in a converted garage in Leicester, Mattioli Woods now employs over 900 people across the UK. Iain McKenzie has been the Chief Operating Officer since 2018 and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Group. He has vast experience in people and change management, operational and process efficiency, data analysis and performance metrics, as well as strategic planning and project management.


Your Voice – Nelsons

13 February 2024

Founded more than 40 years ago, Nelsons has grown from a small start-up of three partners, to a leading East Midlands firm with offices in Nottingham, Derby and Leicester. Partner and solicitor, Laura Kearsley, joined in 2012 and has built a strong reputation in all aspects of employment law, with particular experience in developing HR support services for businesses. (more…)

Highlighting current barriers to, and opportunities for local business

7 February 2024

At LBV’s ‘Shaping the future’ event, held at Nelsons in Leicester, members were asked to identify ‘current local barriers for your business and others to thrive’ and ‘current local opportunities for your business and others to have greater impact’.


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