Construction and property service specialists IMAGE STYLES has appointed two new directors.
The Black Country-based company, which offers a range of services including plastering, painting, decorating, rendering and screeding, celebrated its 25th anniversary last year under the guidance of directors Mike Davies, and Vic Bailey.
The position of managing director will be taken on by Mr Davies' daughter Elizabeth White, whilst her husband Richard will become finance director.
Mrs White has been with the firm for five years.
Her husband was previously a senior manager at accountants Mazars, based in Birmingham.
The founding directors will remain within the firm on a consultancy basis. Roger Hughes has been appointed commercial development manager at Lichfield-based PALLETWAYS, the European pallet network.
ENDLESS, the buyout and turnaround fund focused on UK-headquartered businesses, is expanding its team.
Simon Mason has been appointed to the position of an investment manager, and will join Nick Leitch in Endless' Birmingham team.
Before joining Endless Mr Mason worked as a manager for Ernst & Young, focused on recovery and re-organisation.
Housebuilder MORRIS has appointed Julie Smith as sales director of its West Midlands division.
She will oversee sales on all the firm's developments across the West Midlands including St George's Park in Telford, College Gate in Crewe and school conversion, Claremont, in Bilston. She will also play a crucial role in the launch of more than 500 new homes in planned schemes across Birmingham and Shrewsbury.
GALLIFORD TRY RENEWABLES, of Wolvey, has appointed James Owen as sustainability manager. He arrives from construction and property consultants Cyril Sweett. Lynn Clark has joined Black Country-based BHJ UK PROTEIN FOODS as finance manager, working at the company's Tipton plant.
She joins from bakers Warburtons. Midlands-based OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL, specialists in contract packing, storage and logistics, has appointed Luci OConnor to the newly created role of UK and European sales manager.
Wealth adviser TOWRY LAW has announced an expansion and restructuring of its Birmingham operations.
Philip Thrush joins as an employee benefits principal consultant. He has 15 years industry experience and arrives from AWD Chase de Vere.
Matthew Beaman has been promoted to the role of employee benefits principal consultant. He has worked at Towry Law for five years, having previously been with HSBC Actuaries and Friends Provident.
Asset-based lender, DAVENHAM, has appointed Steven Wright, from Solihull, as business development manager for its property finance division.
Based in the company's Birmingham office, he joins from RBS.
Coleshill-bsed ASHFORD CONSTRUCTION has appointed Kam Birdee as business development manager.
Sarah Brading has been appointed to the new role of human resources manager at Meriden-based motor industry e-commerce specialist EPYX.
Victoria Evans has been appointed an insolvency practitioner at Edgbaston accountants HEATHCOTE & COLEMAN.