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Aico appoints new directors

Residential fire and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms specialist Aico has promoted two of its long-standing employees to new director positions.

Left to right: Matthew Small and James Cavan.

James Cavan has been promoted to the role of sales director. He joined Aico in September 1997 as an area sales representative and was most recently national sales manager.

Mr Cavan has a Level 9 Professional Development Award in SCQF and, in October 2014, gained his BA in Business and Enterprise from Edinburgh Napier University.

Matthew Small has been made Aico’s commercial and financial director, having started at the firm in 1999 as a warehouse operative.

A member of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT), Mr Small has completed the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA) Diploma and Advanced Diploma in Management Accounting.

Neal Hooper, Aico managing director, comments: “I would firstly like to congratulate James and Matthew upon their promotions. Their attitude, commitment and dedication to Aico has been exemplary. We have a passion for developing people, including our current work with an external company, and they are living proof that this culture provides opportunities. Whether it is through coaching for all, seven current apprenticeships or a homegrown management team, people are our focus.” 

14 February 2019


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