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Managing Director - John Batty
Before setting up Bluejohn Marketing in May 2003, John held a number of senior marketing positions. 

Initially working in the automotive industry for AE Autoparts, now part of Federal Mogul, John then spent fifteen years in the construction and utility sectors. 

As Marketing Director at CAN Ltd in Chesterfield, John was part of the management team which built the world’s largest roped access contracting organisation tackling projects in sectors as varied as geotechnical, civil and structural engineering. CAN was particularly successful in winning work on a series of major millennium projects including the installation of the fabric roof on the Millennium Dome and the cables on the BA London Eye (Millennium Wheel). 

After a short spell as Group Marketing Director at syphonic drainage specialists, Fullflow, John took on the group marketing role at Fusion Provida; Fusion Provida manufactures polyethylene pipe jointing equipment and fittings, and distributes utility infrastructure products to utilities and contractors. Fusion Provida was the first company to offer a truly multi-utility product offering – gas, water and electricity – for domestic and industrial connections. Whilst at Fusion, John co-authored a comprehensive supply chain review of the company’s distribution activities. Fusion Provida remains one of Bluejohn’s key clients. 

You can make a difference 
In December 1996, after 11 months on dialysis, John received a kidney transplant from his father, Colin. Since the transplant John has competed in the annual British Transplant Games and has been a member of the British team at the world games in 2003 (Nancy, France) and 2005 (Ontario, Canada). Living proof that if you find a small enough peer group even the most unlikely candidates can achieve sporting success! 

“There are hundreds of people in the UK on waiting lists for donor hearts, kidneys, livers, bone marrow and cornea. It could be you – I certainly never expected it to be me. In the UK we have an opt-in system for organ donation which requires people to carry a donor card. Please take the time to register – you never know when you’ll need it.” 

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