Stanton House appoints Eaves chief customer officer

Co-founder of Stanton House Nick Eaves has taken on the role of chief customer officer at the permanent, interim and executive search recruitment firm.

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Co-founder of Stanton House Nick Eaves has taken on the role of chief customer officer at the permanent, interim and executive search recruitment firm.

The firm said in a statement, released today, the move would enable Eaves to focus on further developing Stanton House’s customer experience.

To support this move the group also announces Steve Beechey as director – change management, to oversee the firm’s London-based business change teams. He joins from interim management firm Practicus, where he was general manager of its head office interim management team.

Commenting on the developments, Stanton House CEO Neil Wilson said: “As we prepare for continued high-growth and international expansion, the role of CCO will ensure that we continue to deliver on this commitment of creating exceptional experiences for our customers."

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