Four new Directors join Colmore BID Board
08 March 2022
Colmore BID has welcomed four new Directors to its Board as it looks to further strengthen the representation of the District’s business community and deliver on its aims and objectives.
Kate Bailey, Rosie Ginday, Tim Hall and Victoria Osgood were officially appointed as Colmore BID’s newest Board Directors in December at the BID’s final board meeting for 2021.
Kate Bailey is a legal director at Squire Patton Boggs, a full-service global law firm and has worked in their Birmingham office since 2008. Kate is an experienced specialist pensions lawyer, advising sponsoring employers and trustees of pension schemes on a wide variety of issues, including governance, legislative compliance, benefit change projects, corporate transactions, buy-ins/outs and wind ups. Kate is the deputy chair of the Outstanding Places Working Group at Colmore BID, is a key member of the Jewellery Quarter Neighbourhood Plan and a trustee of the Midlands Air Ambulance Charity.
Rosie Ginday is CEO and founder of Miss Macaroon, one of Birmingham’s most well renowned social enterprise companies, selling premium macaroons. Since setting up the business in 2011, Rosie has achieved a wide range of accolades to her name including her most recent award of MBE for her work mentoring young people with multiple and complex needs.
Tim Hall joined Hays in October 2000 and he is currently a Director specialising in Finance appointments for local businesses. He sits on the Midlands Shared Service Forum committee and has been actively involved with Colmore BID since March 2018, sitting on the Community Building Working Group, which he now Chairs.
Victoria Osgood works for HS2 Ltd as a Business Engagement Manager. HS2 Ltd is the company responsible for developing and promoting the UK’s new high speed rail network and has an office in the heart of the Colmore Business District. Over the last few years Vicky has worked for the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce and The Birmingham Whisky Club.
Colmore BID’s Board is responsible for the efficient running of the company and for setting the direction and strategy for the BID and District. The Board, which is Chaired by Nicola Fleet-Milne, currently consists of 7 business leaders from a range of organisations, who are joined by four directors from key public sector partners.
Nicola Fleet-Milne, Chair of Colmore BID said, “Colmore BID is committed to the development of Birmingham’s business district, be that through work in the public realm, supporting those who work here or by attracting visitors to frequent its bustling hospitality venues. To do this, it’s vital that our Board of Directors and Working Groups represent the diversity of the businesses that call Colmore home.
“Kate, Rosie, Tim and Vicky were well and truly put through their paces as part of the recruitment process, but passed with flying colours. I’m sure they will make great additions to the team and I look forward to working with them more closely over the coming months.”