Meet the team
Project Coordinator: Alyson Tipping
Alyson’s experience spans across both the hospitality and arts sectors, where she’s co-ordinated a variety of different projects ranging from public art launches and festivals to weddings where there were no guests. No matter how large or small the project she has learnt that attention to detail and service with a smile are key. Since relocating to Suffolk in 2009 Alyson has gained a first class English degree and built up a reputation for providing strong local PR and marketing as well as the ability to pull off any event regardless of budget; she’s worked with FlipSide, Wonderful Beast, Aldeburgh Doc Fest and Affinity PR and is thrilled to be assisting Suffolk Coast Business to drive forward their vision.
Alyson lives in Ipswich where she is Governor of a local primary school. When she’s not working she’s busy with her young family.
Interim Chair: Jenny Stockman – Framlingham BA
Education was geared towards art and craft but Jenny always felt that she would prefer to learn her skills ‘on the job’, hence her interest in promoting apprenticeships and work based skills for young people.
Jenny played an instrumental role in getting a small Suffolk model making company up to a £1million turn-over which made it possible to create Framlingham Technology Centre. She is now co-ordinator of Suffolk Business Hub and Business Development manager/ambassador for The Technology Centre in Framlingham. She is volunteer business advisor for the high school’s Young Enterprise team and former Chair of Framlingham Business Association.
More recently Jenny has thrown herself into bringing thousands of visitors to her home town with the now famous Framlingham SausageFest, a popular element in the Aldeburgh Food and Drink Festival; she also set up the ground breaking Fresh Aspirations Forum, bringing the young people of Framlingham together with the world of business and enterprise.
Paul Rosher – Aldeburgh BA
Paul took over Leiston based Barnes Rosher Office Supplies in 2000. He’s also completed 10 property renovation projects and self-manages a portfolio of 6 properties. He previously owned and ran a multi-award winning hotel in Suffolk having bought it as an empty building and then created the business from scratch. However, his first career was as an Army Officer. He trained at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, then went on to serve for 17 years as an Army officer, which included commanding an enlarged squadron of 330 men on an active service deployment.
Paul is an active member of the local community, he’s a Crewman and Navigator on Aldeburgh Lifeboat since 2003 and in 2015 he set up the Aldeburgh Triathlon.
Yina Horton – Board Member
With a broad range of international business experience, across private sector and inter-governmental relations, including previous role as Director of China-Britain Business Council, the UK’s leading organisation for business with China, Yina worked with companies of different sizes and sectors.
Originally from China, Yina lived in London since the early nineties, she now calls Suffolk her home where she hopes to continue her contribution to local business and community.
Sue Hall – Board Member
James Robbins – Board Member
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