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
I spent my early years in childhood in Cornwall, living in St Austell and later Gorran Haven. My family left Cornwall when I was about 10, and much later in life, as an adult, I had the opportunity to return to live and work here. I have been based in Cornwall since 1998.
I did not go to university, and only studied at level 4, 5 and 7 in later life. My career was upside down compared to many of my peers, as I had children early on, and it wasn’t until much later that I had time to focus on my career, and that I knew what I wanted to do.
Peter Gorge - CITB Adviser
Construction Industry Training Board
I am from just outside Manchester and attended a comprehensive school where I could have done better but had no idea what I wanted to do until I got a summer job working on a building site as a labourer.
I was offered an apprenticeship but decided to go back to college and started a BTEC in Construction and the Built Environment and realised I had a job for life and an opportunity to do as well as I as could.
Stuart Moore - Head of Spacecraft Operations
I enjoyed a 15 year career in the RAF, experiencing many different cultures and countries while developing skills on a multitude of electronic communications equipment, providing a solid foundation in electronics, data communication networks, digital / RF systems and techniques. I finished my Air Force career as a Technical Trainer and Mentor; preparing new recruits for their future careers as an RAF technician.
Upon leaving the RAF, I then spent over 10 years working various roles within the Spacecraft Operations Department as part of the Skynet military satellite program.