#TeamJigsaw is looking forward to aiding the medical cover at the fantastic Colour Run in Manchester. Dubbed the country’s happiest 5k run, the event is a one of a kind experience that is less about speed and more about enjoying a colour-crazy day with your friends and family. Whether you are a casual Sunday morning walker or an Olympic athlete, the 3 miles of The Color Run™ course will be the most enjoyable 3 miles you’ve travelled in a VERY long time. We can’t wait!
This week see’s us getting to know our PR & Social Media guru, Neil Coleman! Neil (or Olly Murs as Chris likes to call him) is responsible for being the voice of Jigsaw Medical on multiple social media platforms, as well managing the Jigsaw Medical blog and writing the press releases you all read!
Let’s see what he said when we asked him 3 random questions in an attempt to get to know him better…
If you won the lottery what would be the first thing you buy?
More than likely book a flight to Italy and book a table at the restaurant Relais Blu
You’re stranded on a desert island, what book would you take?
Easy…Harper Lee – To Kill A Mockingbird
What is your favourite song?
One of 2…
#TeamJigsaw is delighted to have so many new starters joining their head office operation at #JigsawHouse.
In the last month (approximately!) Julie Mercer has joined as projects and compliance director responsible for leading the firm’s project & implementation teams and compliance teams respectively.
Elsewhere, Richard McManus joins as head of events, Jon Shield has been appointed to lead the firm’s specialist operations division, to be launched next month, while Sian Jeffery and Elliot Finney join as recruitment consultants.
Also new to Jigsaw are Elinor Parry, Jan Pomfret and Lisa Walker as assistants to the firm’s training, compliance and finance teams respectively. It’s getting busy here at Jigsaw House!
And in other news…
Simon Kindleysides, who is paralysed from the waist down after being diagnosed with FND (Functional Neurological Disorder) took his first steps since 2013 with the help of robotic legs. The makers of the suit. The makers of the £90,000 robotic suit claim that it may be able to help paralysed patients avoid complications caused by extended periods of sitting still.
(Video courtesy of Sam Sam)