Restore appoints Sharon Baylay to the Board as Non-Executive Director

– UK, London – Restore plc , the UK office services provider, today announces that Sharon Baylay has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director with effect from 10 September 2014. She replaces Dr John Forrest who is stepping down.

Sharon, 46, is currently Non-Executive Director of ITE Group plc, the listed organiser of international trade exhibitions and conferences, and Non-Executive Chairman of Dot Net Solutions Ltd, a private equity backed Cloud Computing business.  Sharon is also Non-Executive Director of Talent Republic Limited, a media talent company, and was until recently Non-Executive Chairman of Havas EHS, part of the global communications Havas Group. From 2009-2011 she was Marketing Director and main Board Director of the BBC, responsible for all aspects of Marketing, Communications and Audiences. She spent much of her working career at Microsoft where she was General Manager of the UK’s Advertising and Online division and had previously been Regional General Manager of MSN International. Sharon was alsoa board director of Microsoft UK before moving to the BBC.

Sir William Wells, Chairman of Restore, said: “I would like to welcome Sharon to the Board of Restore. She has extensive experience of the media and B2B services sector.  Her breadth of experience, coupled with her technology and media skills, will strengthen our Board as we continue to develop our business.

I would also like to thank John Forrest for his major contribution to the Board and to the rapid development of the Company since he was appointed as a Non-Executive Director four years ago.”

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