BMT Nigel Gee appoints business development lead

Jason Steward joins BMT Nigel Gee as business development manager Jason Steward joins BMT Nigel Gee as business development manager
Industry Database

International maritime design, engineering and risk management consultancy BMT Nigel Gee has appointed Jason Steward as its business development manager.

Steward brings 20 years of experience in the maritime market, an undergraduate degree in naval architecture and an MBA in marketing to the role. Previous posts have included regional manager, Austal Ships and consultant to defence, Jacobs Australia. Most recently Steward was business development manager, BMT Design & Technology.

Steward will support the expansion of BMT Nigel Gee’s business in new and existing markets, delivering design and engineering services within the commercial, offshore energy, defence and yacht sectors.

John Bonafoux, managing director, BMT Nigel Gee said: “We are delighted to welcome Jason to the team at an exciting time for the business. He will play a key part in building market share in our existing markets as well as spearheading our diversification into new markets, based around our existing core capabilities and design portfolio.”


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