Grosvenor Technology has strengthened its development team by appointing Bobby Dykes as Mechanical Design Engineer. Bobby will have full oversight and authority of all mechanical design projects reporting to Stephen Woolhead, our Head of Development. He has had a varied career specialising in injection moulding for various applications in both the retail and travel hospitality industries. His skills in this area prove to be a huge asset to Grosvenor as our clocks are mainly injection moulded and require the highest design standard.
Commenting on his appointment, Bobby said he was excited to develop new clocks with a great look and feel, always with a mind on manufacturing techniques to ensure a good mechanical born cost. He is currently working on a new HCM solution from concept and internal ideas to customer feedback and onto full production. This will be a nice addition to our product entry range, allowing us to diversify and reflect emerging market needs that will continue to improve time management and HR protocols within businesses.
Bobby is looking forward to making the role his own and introducing new features to the clocks that improve their functionality for clients and create a fresh look and feel to market-leading economical and environmentally made projects.
Colin Leatherbarrow, Managing Director of Grosvenor Technology said “Bobby brings a much-needed wealth of relevant mechanical design experience. Grosvenor’s forward-thinking and modern approach to hybrid working and employee wellbeing was a key factor in drawing in this new talent. We look forward to witnessing his growing connections and contributions to the team”.
Please join us in welcoming Bobby to the team.