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AMBS Managing Director for Executive Education appointed as Export Champion by Department for Business and Trade

Alliance Manchester Business School (AMBS) Managing Director of Executive Education, Stuart Wells, has been selected as a Northern Powerhouse Export Champion for 2024/25.

The Export Champion Community is made up of around 400 business leaders, who support the Department for Business and Trade in helping UK businesses to trade internationally, by volunteering their time to share their expertise and experience in exporting.

Stuart Wells, who is set to start his new role as AMBS’s managing director for executive education from next month, has almost 20 years of commercial international experience designing and delivering global leadership and organisational development programmes across both public and private sectors. He is currently the school’s Executive Director of Client Relations.

Stuart Wells, Executive Director of Client Relations at AMBS, said: “I’m looking forward to being a part of the export champion community and using my international experience to help businesses realise that there is a global demand for their products and services. Our country has a wealth of business talent, and I’m proud to have a chance to help showcase this on the global stage.”

Liz Bennington, Deputy Director for the North of England, Department for Business and Trade said: “Congratulations to Stuart for his new appointment at AMBS and also for becoming a Northern Powerhouse Export Champion for 2024/2025. We are excited to be able to tap into Stuart’s experiences within the education sector worldwide. In his role as an Export Champion, Stuart will be a great inspiration to any of our Northern budding exporters.”

If you are looking to enter new markets or start exporting for the first time, you should get in touch with the team at the Department for Business and Trade.

For more details visit the Department for Work and Trade website >>.