Greenaway Scott appoints sustainable tech leader to its board

Greenaway Scott, an advisory firm based in Cardiff, has appointed sustainable technology leader Suzannah Bourne to its board of directors to expand its expertise in the area.

Bourne is the co-founder of Nemein, a company that develops technologies to enhance the safety of downhole oil and gas exploration. She will join Greenaway as a non-executive director this month.

In terms of trade, she’s a qualified mechanical engineer and has been recognised among The Manufacturer’ Top 100 role models as one of the UK’s dynamic leaders and innovators in manufacturing.

Currently, Greenaway Scott’s board consists of chairman Peter Wright; CEO Nigel Greenaway; corporate director Matt Sutton; commercial director Rhian Osborne; and finance director Anthony Milford.

The company provides legal and business finance advice across the life science, technology, pharmaceutical and IT sectors. Mr Greenaway, founder of the advisory firm, said he’s delighted to have a non-executive director with such specialist business acumen join the board.

“Suzannah’s focus and impressive business sense are qualities we have long admired at Greenaway Scott and we are delighted to have her on the board,” he said in a statement.

“Her passion for the sustainable technology sector has driven the undeniable success of Nemein and she will undoubtedly be an asset at Greenaway Scott.

“We would like to officially welcome her to the board, and we look forward to working with her going forwards.”

Ms Bourne has been running Nemein for the past four years, making her mark on the sustainable technology energy sector. She also co-founded and built Guardian Global Technologies.

On her appointment, she said: “I am delighted to be invited to join the board of such a dynamic and industry-leading organisation and excited to work with Nigel and the team going forwards.”