Sweett boss takes sabbatical

19 October 2012 Consultancy Sweett Group has announced its chief executive is to take a three-month sabbatical.
Consultancy Sweett Group has announced its chief executive is to take a three-month sabbatical.

Dean Webster will take time out from the company from 2 November and return to his role on 28 January 2013.

Derek Pitcher, head of the firm’s Europe and MEAI division, will cover Webster’s executive responsibilities during the period.

Sweett also announced its results for the six months to 30 September will be published on 23 November this year.

The company announced a £1m fall in its annual results in September and revealed plans to focus on providing consultancy services in PFI and PPP projects rather than investing directly in future schemes.

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