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Tracey Moore

PNE, Group Development Manager and Executive Director 

Tracey is Executive Director for PNE Group, an enterprise and economic development organisation based in Newcastle. 

As a social enterprise delivering business support, enterprise consultancy and grant management, PNE’s focus is on the creation and development of sustainable and ethically responsible businesses. In her role at PNE, Tracey has supported the international roll-out of enterprise programmes, global entrepreneurship awards and enterprise delivery through a variety of innovation transfer programmes and consultancy assignments.

In 2018, Tracey was shortlisted for the Institute of Directors Awards.

 


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