Amardeep Gill appointed to Centre for the New Midlands newly formed Strategic Advisory Board


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Partner Amardeep Gill from top 40 law firm Trowers & Hamlins has been appointed by the Centre for the New Midlands to their newly formed Strategic Advisory Board.

The Centre for the New Midlands has appointed a number of the region’s leading professionals to its newly formed Strategic Advisory Board, to help shape its vision and oversee its governance.

The Midlands based think tank has developed its work across its two initial workstreams (‘Housing and Communities’ and the ‘Digital environment’) and has now announced the team who will support the next phase of the organisation’s development, with a particular focus on raising profile and links across the breadth of the Midlands region.

Amardeep commented:

"The Centre for the New Midlands are making huge strides when it comes to helping to enrich the lives of the region's citizens, so it is an honour to join the newly formed Strategic Advisory Board to help them drive forward their next phase and support them in developing new ideas that help tackle the biggest challenges and opportunities facing the Midlands region."

Chris Smith, Founder and Managing Director of the think tank said: 

“I am delighted to be welcoming such an exceptional group of individuals to help develop our work and deliver on our aspiration to be one of the most influential policy organisations in the United Kingdom.  It is a pleasure to be working alongside a team of such fantastic individuals as we look to help shape a ‘better’ Midlands region for all”.

Professor Majid AlSadi, the think tank’s President and Chairman of Eastern Holding added:

“Having studied for my PhD and even set up my very first business in the region, I have extremely fond memories of my time in the Midlands. I am so pleased to be working alongside such a distinguished group of business leaders who want to see the region thrive. The region has so much going for it and we look forward to playing our part in helping it get even bigger and better”.

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