Healix announces management changes

Healix International has announced the appointment of Mike Webb as chairman of Healix International. Charlie Butcher, currently commercial director, has been promoted to CEO.
Mr Webb has been Healix International’s CEO for four years. Charlie Butcher becomes CEO from this month. He joined the company in 2006.

“I am very much looking forward to this exciting new role, building on my extensive experience of the Healix International business over the last 15 years, Mr Butcher said. “More than ever, companies are looking for the safest and most effective ways to get their employees working abroad again. It falls under a company’s duty of care to ensure the personnel they send abroad receive the best possible support measures to enable this to happen.

Mr Webb added: “I am very proud of the part I have played as a member of the team that has enabled Healix International to deliver profitable growth and be seen as one of the most successful medical and security risk management companies. Healix is a great business that has a proven track record for delivering high quality services to many blue chip companies and government organisations. I look forward to working with Charlie and the rest of the Executive Board in my new role as Chairman, building on great foundations.”

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