Nottingham Professional Services (NPS) Futures has recently appointed three new faces to its committee.
NPS Futures is a subcommittee of networking group, Nottingham Professional Services intended to nurture the next generation of talent.
Joining the NPS Futures committee is Leah Smith from recruitment consultants Blusource, Alex Thompson from accountants and business advisers, Smith Cooper and Claire Matthews from law firm, Freeths.
Having already bolstered the committee this year with the addition of Jordan Lavender from Foresight Group, the new appointments will enable the Futures committee to continue to host a wide range of networking and social events, focused on inspiring the younger generation of professional and helping them to expand their network and knowledge via social and CPD orientated events.
Commenting on the appointments, NPS Futures Chair, Nicola Whiting said “This is an exciting time to be part of NPS Futures Committee. Over the past year, we have organised networking events that have proved very beneficial to the careers of younger professionals who are part of the business community here in Nottingham.”
NPS was established in 2014 to provide a forum to bring together professionals across Nottingham from all disciplines.
The NPS Futures committee is drawn from a range of disciplines from across Nottingham’s professional services sector and works closely with the main NPS committee to hold a mix of social and CPD orientated events for young professionals. These include surveyors, architects, engineers, accountants, lawyers, wealth advisers, HR practitioners, business consultants and marketers.