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Meet the team

A little bit about us...

Katherine Frost

Head of Business Development

Katherine has gone from strength to strength since returning to Applegate on her return from ‘down under’. As Head of Business Development, it is Katherine’s role to develop business sales strategy. When she’s not in the office, you’ll find her enjoying one of Devon’s famous beaches.

Saeed Moulai

Supply Analyst

Having recently completed a degree in Sports journalism, Saeed joined Applegate mid pandemic through the governments Kickstart scheme. Saeed has been a great addition to the business development team, and has gone from strength to strength in his current role, already taking on further responsibilities in the business.

Bradlee Hodgson

Business Development Specialist

You can always rely on Brad to step up and try something new at work. Fun and hardworking, Brad has grabbed the opportunity of the degree apprenticeship with both hands and is enjoying the chance to ‘earn while he learns’. In his free time, Brad plays football in the Premier League (North Devon Premier League that is) and is making the most of the Applegate location to learn to surf.

Lindsey D'Arcy

Business Development Specialist

Lindsey is the epitome of a professional who likes to have fun. Highly skilled, with many years of experience in the field of business development, Lindsey still thrives from speaking to new people and bouncing off others energy. Proactive and pleasantly peculiar, it’s safe to say Ms D’arcy has a pivotal role in the team.

Kelly McArdle

Head of Client Services

It is commonly known that Kelly splits her time between her home, the office, and her favourite pub. Having worked at Applegate for over 15 years, climbing to her current role as Head of Client Services, Kelly is a much-loved part of the family.

Gina Ince

Marketing Manager & Onboarding Coordinator

Gina joined us in March 2020 having come from a primarily marketing and client services background. North Devon born and bred, Gina enjoys family life here, and she can confirm, a Devon Cream Tea is most definitely cream first, then jam!