Breeden handed job of expanding taken-over consultancy’s offices business
DBK has appointed former RLB London managing partner Phil Breeden as director of its office in the capital.
Breeden, who has been in charge of RLB’s London office for two years, joined the firm in 1995.
He has been handed responsibility for growing the midlands-based DBK’s offices business.
Breeden is also currently a member of the British Council for Offices (BCO) board of management and is a BCO awards judge for the London & South East Region.
His move follows DBK’s acquistion by RPS for £13m last month.
He takes over a London office, which DBK says has trebled in size over the last three years and is on track to achieve £6m turnover by the end of 2016.
Steve Kelly, operational director of DBK said: “We are delighted to have Phil on the team as a director who has a thorough understanding of the commercial marketplace. His expertise will enhance our client offering and enable us to successfully strengthen our presence in this sector.”