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Andy Topp appointed sales director at Corps Security 

Corps Security has appointed Andy Topp as its new sales director. Topp will work with executive director Mark Rogers and the rest of the senior leadership team to broaden the company’s approach and develop new market sectors, and particularly those interested in a more ethical approach towards procurement now that Corps Security is a social enterprise.

Topp has more than 20 years’ experience in the security and facilities management industry, having held senior roles with Reliance Security Services, Securitas Security Services and ISS Facility Services where he most recently served as national sales director. 

Commenting on his appointment, Andy Topp enthused: “I’m thrilled to be joining Corps Security. As the only major social enterprise in the security sector, the company is completely unique. I now look forward to helping to grow the organisation and increase its positive impact on the local communities in which it works.”

Mike Bullock, CEO of Corps Security, responded: “I’m delighted that Andy is joining us and bringing with him a wealth of senior experience in our sector. His ability to work at both a strategic and tactical level to deliver results will be a significant boost to the team.”

Corps Security is a Living Wage Recognised Service Provider, while Mike Bullock is a member of the Living Wage Foundation’s Recognised Service Provider Leadership Group. The organisation is also carbon neutral. 

Corps Security supports military charities in particular Combat Stress, the UK’s charity for veterans’ mental health, and also the Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA), the UK’s oldest national tri-service military charity.

Last year, Corps was awarded Gold status in the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme for outstanding support towards the Armed Forces community.

*Further information is available online at www.corpssecurity.co.uk

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