Mark Barratt


Mark has worked in senior, C-Suite level roles across numerous industries, from retail to manufacturing to R&D, in countless sectors, he has a deep belief in listening to the needs of the individuals and shareholders alike, engaging at all levels to create sustainable and cultural change for the greater good of all, regardless of culture or race, in his mind everyone is equal. Underpinning all of this is a very real belief that successful, long term partnerships are borne out of truly understanding cultural values and differences. Mark has worked globally from Goa, Ghana and Laos to China, Hong Kong, Singapore and Nepal. He has also worked with telecoms and infrastructure clients in Europe, the Americas and Asia as well as Homeland Security and other Federal emergency and regulatory agencies in the US. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining and holds an MsC In Procurement Supply Chain and Logistics.


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