June 16, 2022

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Jumar strengthens its Board

Jumar has welcomed Chris Weston, Chief Digital and Information Officer (CDIO), to its board to support the continued growth of the business and reinforce our digital and technology expertise in within Financial Services, Public Sector and Corporate.

Chris joins with 25 years’ experience in technology leadership across a broad range of sectors and organisations. A seasoned speaker, featured at events across Europe; co-founder of the popular ‘WB-40’ podcast (addressing technology subjects changing the way we work) and ‘The Remote Work Survival Kit’ - a viral crowdfunded guide to homeworking that was used by organisations worldwide at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic; Chris brings a wealth of accolades to this new position at Jumar.

Passionate about showcasing the achievements of many unsung and inspirational CIO’s and keen to support the growth of new talent within technology, particularly amongst under-represented groups, Chris is also a widely regarded mentor for emerging CIO’s.

Chris said about his new appointment, “Jumar is a fantastic business which has always been highly service-focussed.  Their success is built on this passion for providing complete satisfaction to their clients aligned with experience and knowledge of their chosen technologies. I’m looking forward to being part of the next phase of the company’s evolution.”

Wendy Merricks, CEO for Jumar said, “We are thrilled to have Chris join the Jumar board at this exciting time for the business. We recently strengthened our offering through a brand re-alignment project that saw our complimentary businesses come together under one brand. With collaboration at the core of everything we do, we have strengthened our capability through integrated digital services to better understand and service our clients. Chris will be instrumental in driving this forward across the business and our clients.”

Chris joins Jumar having spent the last 3 years in a CIO advisory position for global research company IDC.