On this page you will find information and contact details of Enterprise Advisors.
Alastair Carnegie - Managing Director
Total Energy Solutions Ltd
My role as MD is managing client relationships, new business and marketing along with my wife who is Financial Director an essential part of our team. I have also set up Mentor+ a 9 week course (2 hours per week) to mentor Students in employability skills. The difference being we use mentors from the local church and business community bringing them into the college and basically transform the lives of many students.
This is my real passion and the reason I want to be an EA.
Angus Fosten - Joint Managing Director
In 2000 I was part of a management buyout team and have been an owner/manager since then. The company is growing and I am using my commercial skills to help manage all aspects of the business. The engineer in me still can’t resist getting involved in product design and providing solutions for our customers.
Daryn Dodge - Business Coach
DMD Management Services Ltd
I originally started from very humble beginnings in a working class part of Essex. As a teenager, I didn’t really know what I wanted to do and consequently when I left school I took my father’s advice and completed an apprenticeship as an Electronics Engineer. However, by the time I was fully qualified I had realised that my interests were elsewhere and I left to pursue a career in IT, starting as a Computer Programmer.
Marian Shannon - HR Professional
Following a move to Cornwall, I am excited to be volunteering as an Enterprise Advisor for DoubleTrees school in St Austell and looking forward to helping them to develop their student enterprise and employer activities.
Matt Silver - Business & Stakeholder Relationship Manager
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly Local Enterprise Partnership
Having grown up in St Ives and made the move to London I have worked on various projects both in the UK and aboard. I am thrilled to be paired with St Ives School to help students from my home town achieve their ambitions.
Paula Martin - Chief Executive
Cornwall Air Ambulance Trust
As chief executive I am ultimately responsible and accountable for everything the charity does, including regulatory compliance, our successes and failures, how we respond to the environment that charities find themselves in, and how we develop the life-saving service in the best interests of our customers. Our customers are very sick and seriously injured patients, and as a team we raise the funds to ensure they have the very best pre-hospital clinical care, and can be flown to hospital safely and quickly in the air ambulance. Our charity mission is the focus of everything we do, and every decision we make, and the culture and values of our charity team is very important to all of us.
Peter Gorge - CITB Adviser
Construction Industry Training Board
I worked in construction on site as a supervisor or site manager for 15 years prior to my current role with CITB. This involved working at various locations around the country before I came to work on the Tesco supermarket in Truro where I settled, and married a Cornish girl and been here ever since.