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BMT strengthens defence team

Posted 22 November 2017 · Add Comment

BMT today announced the appointment of Matthew Hart who will join the organisation's business development team.

Matthew (right) joins BMT following 17 years at Thales UK, with considerable experience from a range of roles working in industry across the defence and security sectors. 

Capitalising on Matt’s background, he will focus on working in partnership with defence industry clients to address their challenges and improve delivery performance. Commenting on his new role, Matt says: “BMT’s reputation for working closely with its customers is a real asset, and I am really looking forward to engaging with existing and prospective clients, and increasing awareness of the value we can bring to improve delivery.” 

Simon Gould, Managing Director at BMT commented: “A warm welcome to Matt who joins BMT at an exciting time in our growth. He will play a key role in strengthening our portfolio of industry customers, demonstrating our skills and expertise as independent and trusted advisors, helping to improve the performance of Portfolios, Programmes and Projects, and ensuring sustainable change is delivered.”

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