Reaching out to new markets
SBRC recruits chief operating officer
The Scottish Business Resilience Centre (SBRC) has recruited Lynsae Tulloch as its first chief operating officer.
Ms Tulloch joins the organisation from a senior corporate affairs position at SSE. Prior to that, she worked with the NHS as a programme consultant, where her responsibilities included digital transformation projects for the National Services Scotland and developing a framework for social media crisis response.
A journalist to trade and chartered marketer, Ms Tulloch’s 20 years of strategic experience, marketing knowledge and commercial success in both the public and private sector is welcomed at a time of growth and expansion for the SBRC.
Ms Tulloch said: “Business resilience has never been so challenging – especially for SMEs which make up the backbone of Scotland’s economy. My ambition is to further develop our strategic approach to business support and to strengthen our growing suite of services and advice to our various stakeholders.”
Mandy Haeburn-Little, chief executive of the Scottish Business Resilience Centre, said: “(Ms Tulloch’s) previous experience, using a wide range of skills to build meaningful relationships with key partners while harnessing untapped opportunities, will stand her in good stead to help us reach out to new markets.
“Those same skills will help Ms Tulloch to communicate with our current members and the wider business community on potential challenges and issues, from traditional public safety, to lone working, to cyber security.”