Jeremy Pert

Experience - including professional career

Born in Cheshire but moved to Bristol and Brighton during education, coming out of Brighton Polytechnic (as was) with a 2:1 degree in Business Studies. Subsequently worked my way through a structured commercial career path in foodservice, multiple retail and business to business channels in food, packaging and most recently in parcels and supply chain with a range of FTSE 100 companies and SMEs from RHM, Unigate, Tetra Pak and Royal Mail through to Norpak, DX Group and ByBox. Have extensive consultancy experience.

Many years supply chain experience, most recently as Sales and Account Director in the time critical logistics industry with a team of 50 staff encompassing Customer Services, Sales Order Desk, Account Support team, and Field and Desk-based Account Managers. I now run my own consultancy business working on transforamtional change projects and in re-designing supply chains. To see more details please check me out on LinkedIn.

Lived in rural Devon, East Anglia, London, Reading and in Staffordshire since
1997. Resident of Croxton near Eccleshall since 1997 with one son.
Historic Community Engagement
Elected representative for Croxton on Eccleshall Parish Council 2001 to 2011, including being chair of the Traffic Management committee from 2003 to 2010, vice chair of Policy and Resources committee from 2002 to 2004 and Liaison Representative for Bishop Lonsdale Primary School from 2009 to 2011.

Helped create Play Area in Croxton with 25k investment with majority external funding.

Secured pedestrian crossing in Eccleshall and reduced 30mph speed limit in Croxton and Walk Mill.
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Pool at Copmere - a SSSI site
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Ward Member for Eccleshall and Cabinet Member
for Communities on Stafford Borough Council
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