Managed IT Services provider Littlefish has strengthened its leadership team with the appointment of Chloé Fellows as its new Chief People Officer and Caroline Bagguley as its new Chief Finance Officer.
In her new role, Chloé (pictured left in the photo above) will be heading up Littlefish’s ‘People’ department, which will involve the company’s internal Human Resources and Talent functions.
Chloé joins Littlefish from Pattonair, where she spent the last 15 years. During her time with the Derbyshire-based aerospace and defence supply chain services provider, Chloé’s most recent role was as European Head of HR, where she looked after the HR function across 8 countries in Europe, working alongside key stakeholders to find consistency through implementing HR strategies and initiatives which worked for all cultures.
Chloé said: “I was attracted to join Littlefish by the company’s exciting, ambitious and driven growth plans, along with their tenacity to “get things done”, which strongly resonates with my own personal values.”
Steve Robinson, CEO and Co-Founder at Littlefish said: “Chloé is a talented and experienced HR professional who we are delighted to have attracted to join Littlefish. A significant focus of our strategic objectives is to support Littlefish’s scalability as a business, whilst growing on our #PeopleMatter ethos, and the appointment of Chloé is fundamental to this.”
Chloé continued: “In line with Littlefish’s strategic plan, my aim is to look at the whole employee lifecycle, from attraction and on boarding all the way through to employee experience at work, including learning, development, reward and benefits.”
New Chief Finance Officer, Caroline Bagguley (pictured right), joins Littlefish from multi-sector recruitment agency Barker Ross, where she acted as Finance Director for 5 ½ years. Caroline has strong experience in the technology sector, having managed the internal IT team in her role at Barker Ross, and she has also worked in a variety of other sectors, including services, manufacturing, engineering and aerospace.
Caroline said: “I first met members of the Littlefish board in a previous role at ComputerLand, and I have since followed the Littlefish success story from afar. I was impressed with the company ethos as well as the incredible organic growth achieved in such a short space of time.”
Steve said: “I am delighted to be working alongside Caroline again. With wealth of senior financial management experience, Caroline will be able to make a significant contribution to Littlefish in the enablement of our growth strategy, and she is a great addition to the company.”
Caroline added: “I am looking forward to working closely with the board to meet the company strategic objectives and ensuring Littlefish continue on our existing profitable growth plan.”
Caroline Bagguley replaces outgoing Chief Finance Officer, Mike Kent, in her new role.