Revive & Thrive Regional Advisors


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Become a Regional Advisor and ensure that your Place is represented Nationally 


We are looking for experienced and passionate people to become Regional Advisors.  This role will ensure that towns and cities in your area of the UK are represented as part of the Revive & Thrive family of networks. 

In addition to supporting our Non-Executive Board of Directors,  our Advisory Board – and of course the fast growing Revive & Thrive Team – you will be encouraged and supported to engage with towns and cities in your area to understand the issues and opportunities facing them.  With this knowledge, you will be able to present to Revive & Thrive at a national level on their behalf.

If you become a Regional Advisor, you will be offered secretariat support to run best practice and information sharing meetings for places in your area which will create a networking opportunity for those working in place management that might feel like they are working in isolation.

Regional Advisors will be motivated by a desire to support and improve town/city centres and high streets and this opportunity will benefit you personally and professionally.Read about becoming Regional Advisors

Whilst this is a largely a voluntary role, numerous opportunities to enhance your CV, create new contracts and business opportunities and if relevant jointly tender with Revive & Thrive will emerge.  This role will also deliver a very steep learning curve with regard to managing places in your area.

There are direct and immediate income opportunities for Regional Advisors and these can be discussed in an informal phone discussion.

It is expected that our Regional Advisors will be individuals, but organisations related to place management would be encouraged to get in touch as well.

To find out more please email, call 07590 005692 of complete the form below

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