Ex-Majestic chief joins Enotria board

23 July, 2010

Former Majestic chief executive Tim How has joined Enotria as deputy chairman.

How, who retired from Majestic last year after 19 years, will be a non-executive director.

Chief executive Alison Levett said: I am absolutely thrilled to have Tim How join the Enotria board.

He brings exceptional knowledge and experience of the wine sector, and I know he will be a great asset to our business.

I am really looking forward to working with him and the fresh perspective that he will undoubtedly provide.?How is also chairman of Rayner & Keeler, a private optical products business, a governor of the Peabody Trust and the current chairman of the Wine & Spirit Trade Association.

Hows other non-executive roles are at Henderson Group and DSG International.




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