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New Non-Executive Director For Imetrum

Expansion continues for Bristol-based Imetrum with the appointment of new non-executive director, Michael Foster. Michael an impressive background in engineering management combined with experience in addressing a wide range of business challenges.  He is currently active in a range of non-executive roles, supporting and mentoring developing companies. 

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Mike Foster

Non-Executive Director for Imetrum

“We are delighted to welcome Michael on board.   With the experience he offers of performance improvement, strategy development and delivery, culture change, risk and financial management, operational improvement and programme management, we anticipate that Imetrum will benefit greatly from his input,” said Managing Director, John Brewster.

After graduating in engineering and electrical sciences from the University of Cambridge, Michael subsequently qualified and practiced as a solicitor.  He has chaired listed companies in India and South Africa, and held responsibility for organizations throughout the BRIC economies and emerging markets, as well as in Europe and North America.  He held legal and corporate finance positions at GKN plc.  Foster has held positions at Trafalgar House, Kvaerner Engineering and Construction and, lastly Charter International plc.  He is a Fellow of the Association of Corporate Treasurers. 

“My aim is to add real value to developing companies, and help them manage risk with both rigour and imagination.  Imetrum is an organisation with enormous growth potential, offering uniquely easy-to-use and affordable precision measurement suitable for use in a vast range of manufacturing and construction applications.  I look forward to contributing to the firm’s growth and continuing success,” said Foster.

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