IN-troducing Emma Gee

Emma has been running our office since May 2016. She had worked with Sarah at adidas in the early 2000s, so when a position came up we knew exactly who we wanted to lead our front of house team – we finally tracked her down working with the NHS and are sure you’re as delighted as we are that she agreed to join us.

Emma Gee

When she’s not here she’s often physically running around the streets of Great Moor and Bramhall or after her two gorgeous girls, Molly and Jess.

Her latest escapade was completing the Stockport Sports Village Tough Tribe event at Life Leisure in Woodley this weekend with Benchmark Gym, which she absolutely loved despite being left somewhat bruised and battered.

 

When asked about her move into the wonderful world of accountancy Emma said: “Well my Dad did laugh as maths wasn’t exactly my strongest subject at school, but I am loving being part of such a busy, fast growing small business, with the nicest clients and colleagues you could ask for”

 

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