Wilde chairs Robinia


Posted on September 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Specialist learning disabilities provider Robinia has appointed James Wilde as its new chairman. Mr Wilde is said to bring with him a wealth of experience in developing service business both organically and by acquisition. He is currently also chairman of the Deb Group, an away-from-home skin care system company funded by Barclays Private Equity. Robinia’s chief executive Glen von Malachowski said Mr Wilde’s experience would be of great value. “His experience in life to date has given James a wealth of experience in developing service business both organically and by acquisition,” said Mr von Malachowski. “These, coupled with his strongly held business principles of delivering consistent quality of service and embracing best practice, mean that James is a welcome addition to the Robinia team.”





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