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Bloom Procurement Services appoints new managing director

November 26 2019 @ 10:36 by Richard Dawson

Bloom Procurement Services has announced the appointment of Adam Crampsie as managing director.

Adam joins the company from UK health charity Nuffield Health, where he was head of commercial. His appointment comes at a time of considerable growth for Bloom.

The procurement services provider was recently appointed by NEPO (North East Procurement Organisation) to deliver the multi-billion-pound NEPRO³ public sector procurement solution.

The NEPRO³ is a professional services procurement framework, available to every UK public sector organisation.

Discussing his appointment, Adam said: “I have joined Bloom at an extremely exciting time for the business.

“With the launch of a new technology platform and the NEPRO³ solution, the business is set for continued growth over the next five years.

“I’m thrilled to be joining the company to lead a fantastic team of people and I’m really looking forward to building on their incredible success to date.

“Over the next five years we will grow the business to deliver greater value for the public sector whilst maintaining our social value promise. This will see greater opportunities for SME and third sector organisations to win work with the public sector.”

Adam appointment follows an impressive financial year for Bloom, who has seen turnover increase from £92 million in 2018 to £173 million this year. The Gateshead-headquartered company has also more than doubled its headcount from 30 to 65.

Adam Jacobs, founder and executive chairman at Bloom, added: “We are extremely ambitious, and we continue to grow at an exceptional rate. It is a pleasure to welcome Adam to the Bloom team as we move to the next exciting chapter in our journey.”

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