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Made Tech, the public sector technology delivery expert, has announced the appointment of Wayne Searle as Chief People Officer.  

Made Tech, the public sector technology delivery expert, has announced the appointment of Wayne Searle as Chief People Officer.

This new position will support Made Tech’s culture and commitment to its people and will span learning and development, people operations, talent and internal communications. Wayne will also be involved in the expansion of Made Tech across the UK and internationally.

Before Made Tech, Wayne led a human resources team across EMEA and globally for Mergers and Acquisitions at Vertiv. This involved leading a multifunctional team in 32 countries with a focus on commercial and engineering capability.

Wayne’s successful career spans multiple industries including telecoms, technology, automotive and ecommerce. He is an experienced international leader with a passion for people, culture, communications and developing teams and organisations.

Wayne Searle, Chief People Officer at Made Tech said: “I’ve been incredibly fortunate to have worked in many sectors, countries and cultures throughout my career and I have learnt from and thoroughly enjoyed the different challenges and opportunities that each has presented.

“As someone who thrives in seeing the difference people can make to an organisation and society, I can see this connection is not just a core value at Made Tech, but paramount to its success. I’m excited to know that the people agenda here can truly make a difference and I’m hugely excited by the growth opportunity for the business and the people at Made Tech.”

Rory MacDonald, CEO at Made Tech said: “Wayne and the creation of this new role in the Executive Team demonstrates the importance and commitment to our people and culture at Made Tech.

“As we scale the business, we know our people are critical and we need to continue to create an environment where they can grow, learn and develop to deliver success for our clients. Wayne’s strong commerciality, people-centricity and global experience is the perfect fit to help us thrive.”


(July 2023)

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