Showsec North West Management Changes
Showsec are pleased to announce changes to the regional management team in the North West.
Regional Manager for the North West, Alan Wallace has decided to leave the business after many years of loyal service, having first joined Showsec over 20 years ago as an Event Steward and working his way through the company before progressing to his ultimate role in 2012. We thank him for all he has done for the business and we wish him success for the future.
Craig Bennett takes the position as the new Regional Manager for the North West. His management responsibilities will encompass Showsec’s security operations across the North West of the country, including Manchester and Liverpool, as well as Glasgow, Edinburgh and surrounding areas. Previously Area Manager for Greater Manchester, Craig has progressed within Showsec from a Steward over the last 10 years and brings a wealth of experience to his new role.
Chris Banks has been confirmed as Area Manager for Greater Manchester. Chris was previously Area Manager for Liverpool for the past year after joining the company in 2017.
Steve Roberts will be our new Area Manager for Liverpool. Steve has been with Showsec for seven years having joined the company out as a Steward and progressing through the MDP and has been part of the management team in Liverpool for the past three years.
These appointments represent another major endorsement for the Company’s highly-acclaimed Management Development Programme which highlights the value of the Company’s commitment to helping individuals fulfil their potential and progress has allowed Craig, Chris and Steve to progress through the company. As these changes have happened, new opportunities have emerged for other Showsec staff.
Craig Bennett says: “We are looking forward to the challenge of our new roles and to maintaining and building relationships with clients in the region.
“I am also excited to work with Chris, Steve in their new positions and existing Area Managers for , Central Manchester, Tom Rigby, and Central Scotland, Gary McGuire.”