Interviewing CIOs

We have spoken to some of the UK’s top CIOs to find out about topical issues in IT & Technology, explore market trends, advice on starting a career in IT & Technology and much more.
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Brother: Ian Metcalfe, director Management Information Services

Brother are a worldwide electronics and manufacturing business, founded in Japan over 100 years ago. Their sales and distribution operations span 24 countries in Europe, with their UK headquarters based just outside Manchester.
Zoe Murphy from Michael Page Technology met with Ian Metcalfe, director management information services, to discuss his rise through the business and provide insight, guidance and tips on what has made him so successful in his career.

The Hut Group: Gareth James, CIO

Founded in 2004 by CEO Matthew Moulding, The Hut Group are a rapidly expanding multi-website online retailer, offering a wealth of non-perishable fast moving consumer goods. From the latest DVD releases to protein health supplements, each website is tailored towards a specific market.
It is the company’s ability to run multiple websites from their in-house developed retail technology platform that really sets it apart.
Zoe Murphy and Rob Burgess of Michael Page Technology met with Gareth James recently to discuss his successful career in e-commerce...

PZ Cussons: Richard Steward, Group IT Director

PZ Cussons has a rich heritage stretching back to 1879, when two Georges (Paterson and Zochonis) set up a trading post in Sierra Leone. These far flung beginnings set the direction of this diverse and wide-reaching organisation. PZ Cussons operate globally and has leading brands in many domestic markets across the continents, including PZ Cussons Nigeria – the largest subsidiary of the group, trading for over 100 years.
James Barrett of Michael Page Technology talks with Richard Steward, their group IT director…

Interim CIO: David White

As one of a growing band of Interim CIOs, David White has successfully led both business and technology transformation across a wide range of sectors, from entrepreneurial ventures to Global IT roles. Currently working through Michael Page as an Interim IT leader, he and is splitting a UK business out of a $4bn construction group – his role is to lead the new organisation from it’s previous group services model into it’s new technology state.
Recently James Barrett spoke to David White, one of a growing band of Interim CIOs…