eXmoor March team meeting
On March 21st the eXmoor team took the opportunity to hold their first in-person monthly meeting since the end of restrictions brought on by the pandemic.
It was a great opportunity to get the team together and hear from CEO, Angela Osborne, and the senior leadership team.
Presentations included company objectives, business development and project updates. Introduction were made to new colleagues and took the opportunity to have lunch as a team.
Here are the highlights starting with an intro message from Angela Osborne.
“We have seen tremendous growth over the past couple of years and there is so much growth yet to happen. Our company objectives will be in place this year, and these objectives will filter down to everyone in the team. We are all responsible for meeting the set goals – it’s a team effort.”
Welcome to the team!
We took the opportunity to welcome Melissa and John to the team.
Melissa Morrison – USP Vector Scientist
Mel comes from a bioprocessing background in the diagnostics industry, with extensive experience in mammalian cell culture and bioreactors.
After a year working in immunoassay development, she is excited to return to bioprocessing and learn new skills specific to therapeutics in eXmoor’s upstream vector department.
John Joseph – Consultant in the Capital Projects team
John holds an MEng in Chemical Engineering and an EngD in Bioprocess engineering and leadership. He has several years of experience in the biopharmaceutical industry, specialising in technology transfer, scale-up, process and facility design (both greenfield and brownfield) and helping manufacturing production processes be more productive and cost efficient.
HR and team growth
Charlotte Nodwell announced that a new HR advisor will join department in April.
The team has grown to 62 in 2022 with 27 positions to be filled over the next year.
Charity of the year
Remy Martin gave the team an overview of our support for the charity of the year, Bristol North West Food Bank. He also shared volunteering opportunities to further support them this year.