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Co-founder of training facility moves back to take reins

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ilion faculty will replace former MD Julia Jones with company old-timer Gary Dyson. Dyson was one of the original co-founders of Persona Group along with Wayne Cannon. He launched the training and services faculty business as part of Persona 10 years ago. Dyson, who left ilion Group in 1992, will rejoin the Chessington, Surrey-based ilion faculty on May 5. He will work alongside Jones for about a week in a hand-over period, according to the company. Dyson said: "My work at faculty was the most enjoyable thing I have ever done, and having performed several different roles during my previous time with the group, I’m really looking forward to getting back to what I consider unfinished business." Jones has resigned from the distributor to move onto an as yet unnamed venture. It is unclear where Dyson has been employed for the past seven years, but he is believed to have returned from Portugal to take up the position at ilion. ®

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