IPG appoints new Business Development Manager

Integritas Property Group's (IPG) new appointment brings over a decades’ worth of experience in sales, growth and business development.

Luke Gribben joins IPG as its new Business Development Manager | Integritas Property Group | BTR News
Luke Gribben joins IPG as its new Business Development Manager.

Ethical property developer in the Northwest – IPG – has announced the appointment of Luke Gribben as its new Business Development Manager to help lead its sales and commercial activities.

Joining from Advantage Investment, Luke spent almost five years as a Senior Investment Consultant. In his new role at IPG, Luke will focus on driving business growth by conducting market research, spotting emerging trends, identifying opportunities and building relationships.

“Having worked my way up to a Senior Investment Consultant at a leading property investment consultancy, I was ready for a new challenge. Joining a company that prides itself not only on high quality buildings, but also on its ethical and people-first approach to property development, is an exciting next step for me. I’m looking forward to helping IPG realise its ambitious growth targets in the months and years to come.”

Luke Gribben, Business Development Manager, IPG

Luke will also be responsible for aligning the sales and marketing teams with the strategic growth plans he crafts and delivers, as well as ensuring overall client satisfaction.

IPG is currently at the forefront of a range of developments, including Bastion Point and Portside Place, both in Liverpool city centre, and Deakin’s Yard in Newcastle-under-Lyme.

“Our growth trajectory in the past 12 months has solidified our position in the real estate market, and as a result, has led to some ambitious targets being set for the next four years. Bringing Luke in to lead our sales and commercial activities will help ensure these ambitions are realised, and in turn, help us to continue to contribute to the local Northern economy, and create job opportunities within the communities we operate.

“It is only through our continued growth and investment in talent, such as Luke, that we can remain dedicated to driving innovation, fostering economic growth and creating a positive impact in the region.”

Mitchell Walsh, CEO, IPG

The firm recently announced it is set to more than double its completed properties by 2028, taking it to 1,000 within four years, and seeing revenues grow 60% – from £59,924,000 to £150,000,000.