Yorkshire Times
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3:00 PM 24th February 2020

Magnificent seven fuel further expansion at Dynamic Networks Group

(L-R): Charlie Scott, Matthew Simkin, Stuart Hall, Joe Horrobin, Billy Bingham, Louise Taylor and Nick Stevens.
(L-R): Charlie Scott, Matthew Simkin, Stuart Hall, Joe Horrobin, Billy Bingham, Louise Taylor and Nick Stevens.
Following a year of strong growth, seven new recruits have joined the team at Dynamic Networks Group.

The group, located in Headingley, specialises in IT managed services; networks and infrastructure; mechanical and electrical (M&E) services; and home and business automation.

Home automation expert Nick Stevens joins the group as innovations director, with Billy Bingham taking on the role of commercial manager within the firm’s mechanical and electrical division.

Supporting Billy are new business development executive Stuart Hall, site supervisor Joe Horrobin and apprentice engineer Charlie Scott. Louise Taylor joins as group-wide legal and compliance manager and Matthew Simkin joins the company’s growing IT division as third line support engineer.

Nick Stevens will head up the recently launched GET Dynamic division, which helps customers embrace automation and the Internet of Things (IoT) in residential property schemes. Nick brings many years’ experience in the residential sector from his previous role at European door entry, access control, home automation and fire systems manufacturer Comelit, where he worked closely with developers, consultants, mechanical and electrical contractors, consultants and installers.

He says, “When Dynamic Networks Group offered me this new and exciting opportunity, embracing innovation in the residential sector, it was an offer that that ticked all of my boxes. I simply couldn’t refuse”.

Of his new commercial manager role, Billy Bingham says, “I have strong traditional values, and I’m an advocate of always trying to find better ways of doing things, so to a find a company that shares those values and is even more passionate about them than me really excites me. I’m looking forward to supporting the founder and group CEO and the contracts director to make Dynamic M&E one of the region’s leading mechanical and electrical contractors.”

Dynamic’s group CEO James Baird says, “We have spent the last five years putting strong foundations in place on which we can build a vibrant and relevant business. A key part of that has been – and remains - attracting the right people to the group who share our values and can-do attitude.

“I’m very excited to welcome this latest wave of new recruits; all of whom bring a wealth of experience to the business and are well regarded in their respective fields. The group is continually evolving as we embrace and help our customers benefit from the latest technologies, and I have no doubt that every one of our new team members will add huge value, both to the company and to our customers.”