Business Breakfast: Harrogate carbon accounting firm makes two new hires
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Last updated Dec 5, 2023
Charlotte Hallowell and Jason Talman.
Charlotte Hallowell and Jason Talman.

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A Harrogate company that specialises in carbon accounting has announced two new appointments.

Flotilla, which is based on Station Parade, has hired Charlotte Hallowell as a carbon accountant and Jason Talman as full stack developer.

The company said it made the appointments as part of continued growth in its services.

John Rastrick, Flotilla chief executive, said: 

“Bringing Charlotte and Jason on board is critical to the delivery of our high-quality net zero solutions services. Charlotte’s analytical and business understanding skills will help clients realise the wider benefits of starting and delivering a net-zero journey.

“Jason is a determined problem solver and I am confident his arrival will allow us to further develop our technology for the benefit of our clients and for our planet.”


Henshaws to hold leadership course

Henshaws is set to host a leadership programme in February 2024.

The charity will hold the event at the Cedar Court Hotel in Harrogate from 8am on February 2.

There will be a breakfast and networking lunch included. The course will include a presentation from business coach, Rob Northfield.

The course is aimed at anyone who wants to grow in their career or personal life. 

Tickets are £99 and all proceeds go to Henshaws.

Flora Simpson, senior fundraiser at Henshaws, said: 

“We were so over the moon with the success of Rob’s first event and are so happy to be able to bring this learning back.

“We had such a great turn out from a host of local business owners and their teams but also individuals who are aiming for self-development.”


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