Three Tecmark staff shortlisted for awards

Richard Bannister

Three members of Tecmark’s staff have been shortlisted for prestigious individual awards.
Search director Stacey MacNaught, operations director Rob Weatherhead and senior account manager Richard Bannister (pictured) have been recognised for their efforts over the last 12 months.

MacNaught and Weatherhead are two of the four nominees for the Digital, Media or Creative Professional of the Year title at the Manchester Young Talent Awards 2015.

And Bannister has been shortlisted for Employee of the Year at the Mancoolian Awards 2015.

Tecmark managing director Richard Heyes said: “It’s a pleasure to have Stacey, Rob and Richard as part of our team.

“Their contributions to Tecmark’s success are significant and it’s fantastic that their skills and abilities are being recognised by the wider Manchester community.”

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