Hull-headquartered law firm rradar has appointed one of the UK’s top digital and partnership consultants to lead its strategic growth programmes.
Naomi Timperley joins rradar as head of growth programmes and is responsible for developing and managing the firm’s strategic relationships with key business partners to build innovative educational programmes that support its growth strategy and service delivery for its clients.
With more than 20 years of experience, Timperley is an accomplished partnerships and engagement leader with established relationships across the UK and globally.
She has worked extensively with startups and growth businesses, particularly in the tech, digital and creative sectors, and has mentored more than 250 businesses throughout her career.
An immediate focus for Timperley is to oversee the management and performance of the ELITE rradar lounge, which was announced earlier this month.
Timperley is a published author, speaker and panellist, a graduate of the Meridian programme by Common Purpose and the Socrates programme by the Aspen Institute.
In 2016, she co-founded Tech North Advocates, which is part of Global Tech Advocates. In 2015, Timperley was part of the original Maserati 100, a definitive list of Britain’s most successful business leaders actively supporting the next generation of entrepreneurs.
Timperley is also chair of the University of Salford Business School industry advisory board, sits on Greater Manchester Combined Authority’s innovation board and is chair of digital culture organisation Future Everything.
Commenting on Timperley’s appointment, Gary Gallen, founder and chief executive officer of rradar, said: “I am very excited that Naomi has joined rradar in this role. Her ambition, strategic mindset, network and wealth of experience will help drive our future success by strengthening the relationships with key network partners and build new long-standing partnerships.”
“Naomi has a highly impressive reputation and track record, not only in partnerships and engagement strategies, but also across the digital and tech sectors and her incredible range of talent and experience will be extremely valuable to us.”
“Her appointment greatly strengthens our ability to extend our services, products and proposition to new clients and strategic business partners, driving our business forward into a new decade.”
Timperley said: “I have had my eye on rradar for some time and it really has built a strong reputation in the market, not only as a leading law firm, but also through its application of technology in its service delivery to clients. I am excited to join rradar at such an exciting time in its growth journey.”
“rradar is doing some really exciting things and truly disrupting the legal sector, and I am looking forward to working with Gary and the rradar team to deliver on its ambitious strategy and vision for its clients.”