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North Yorkshire entrepreneur joins IoD as ambassador


The Institute of Directors () has appointed as branch ambassador for , representing Hambleton and Ryedale. 

The newly-launched ambassador network consists of high-profile business leaders who represent and promote the IoD in their area and grow the region’s voice on national policy matters. 

Elizabeth is an entrepreneur with business interests in transport, food, agriculture and land. She set up her own business selling equestrian goods and importing animal feed in her early 20s before moving into the veterinary industry working with private practice and blue chip companies to implement growth strategies. 

When the Food Standards tendered for vets to be placed into abattoirs for animal welfare and public health, Elizabeth became the ’s largest contractor with 200 staff. Today, she remains a major shareholder, manages a property portfolio and acts as a management consultant.

She said: “I’m look forward to contributing to the success of the IoD. As an ambassador, I want to encourage more business leaders to benefit from our influence and support.”

, regional director of the IoD in Yorkshire and the , said: “I am delighted to welcome Elizabeth on board as our second branch ambassador for North Yorkshire. This is a fantastic time to be joining the IoD as we set out to create a legacy for the next 100 years and more.”

Other IoD branch ambassadors include , who leads Barclays Business and Corporate Bank in West Yorkshire and experienced North Yorkshire director Peter Wilkinson.

Elizabeth Grant, IoD ambassador

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