Sensor City has expanded its team following two recent appointments.

Louise Goodman and Eve Money joined the Sensor City team at the start of January and will be focussing on business innovation and programme delivery.

Louise Goodman, an Environmental Scientist with 27 years’ experience, joins Sensor City having previously held the positions of Director of the Mersey Waterfront Regional Park, Deputy Chief Executive of the Mersey Basin Campaign, and founder & Company Director of a successful planning and environmental consultancy.

Her role at Sensor City will be based around Business innovation and support, particularly focussing on securing new business and funding streams, identifying opportunities for the promotion of services, and supporting the activities of existing and prospective tenants.

Following her appointment, Louise said: “I was attracted to Sensor City’s highly innovative, exciting and progressive contribution to the Region’s drive to become a global hub for sensor technologies.

“I am keen to bring my commercial experience and knowledge of developing and delivering multi-faceted grant programmes to the Sensor City Team, to help develop new business opportunities and support the future growth and expansion of the Sensor City offer.”

Outside of work, Louise volunteers for Macmillan Cancer Support and is an adviser for a local school.

As Sensor City’s new Project Officer, Eve Money will be responsible for delivering both the Sensor City Shaping Futures programme and monitoring the ERDF programme.

Eve has a vast amount of project management experience behind her, gained through working on publicly funded Economic Regeneration programmes across the North West.

She is also a fully accredited business advisor with over 10 years’ experience working with SMEs.

Upon joining the Sensor City team, Eve said: “The Project Officer role will allow me to provide support and guidance to innovative companies.

“I am looking forward to working with start-up organisations, plus the opportunity to do so within the iconic Sensor City building.”

Located at the gateway to Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter, Sensor City is a global hub for sensor technologies, supporting a community of tech companies that are pushing the boundaries of sensor innovation.

This latest recruitment drive follows the high profile appointment of Alison Mitchell as Executive Director of Sensor City in June 2017. Other recent additions have been within the admin, facilities management and LCR4.0 teams at Sensor City.

For more information about how you can get involved with Sensor City, please contact us on: / 0151 705 6000

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