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New HR appointment powers growth at Lucideon

March 2019

The world-leading technology company Lucideon has created a new role to ensure its people are in pole position to support the business’s ongoing growth and success.  Nik Everatt joins the company as Group Talent and HR Director with a remit to develop the Lucideon team across the globe.

He brings a wealth of blue-chip company expertise to the role, coupled with the experience of applying it within smaller and more agile organisations.

Nik said: “Clients love working with Lucideon because of the unique capability we bring to the global advanced materials marketplace. That capability rests to a large extent on the skills, experience, and quite frankly, the raw brainpower of the people in our business.  At Lucideon I will be using my experience of developing technical organisations to help our people be even more successful and ensure that we can support the growth that we are planning for over the coming years.  There is so much opportunity for us, as many organisations just don’t have access to the wide-ranging cross-functional expertise necessary to solve the issues in their business.  Clients who know us really value our work and part of the challenge is to make more people aware of what we do and how we can help them.”

Everatt originally trained as a Chemist, and after a stint in IT, quickly made the move into HR.  Previously he was Head of HR at Victrex, the global leader in PEEK high-performance polymer.  Prior to that, he held the position of HR Director for Unilever’s Global Home and Personal Care R&D teams.

More at: https://www.lucideon.com/

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