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4th January 2018

Thrings meets…James Cretney, CEO of Marwell Wildlife

Thrings and Hampshire Life go in search of those working in some of the most fascinating roles across the county

Mark Charter from Thrings meeting James Cretney, Chief Executive of Marwell Wildlife

Ever wondered what it’s like to be the CEO of a large organisation which houses and cares for giraffes, tigers and penguins? Or how a landed estate that includes a veterinary practice, a crematorium and an historic house operates on a day-to-day basis?

Answers to these questions – and many more – will feature in Hampshire Life’s ‘Thrings Meets’, a series of articles in which Thrings partners Mark Charter and Rachel Brooks shine a light on some of Hampshire’s most interesting and successful people working in fascinating roles across the county.

In the first ‘Thrings Meets’, James Cretney, Chief Executive of Marwell Wildlife, explains to Mark how he juggles the needs of people and animals with the running of a successful business.

Click here to read the full article in Hampshire Life.

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