Meet the team; Aidan Murray

Name: Aidan Murray

Position: Business Manager- Finance

Any claims to fame? I once played county football against Jonjo Shelvey (currently playing for Newcastle) and I am somewhat related to Liam Neeson (through my Auntie’s Cousin)

Phrase you’ll most likely to be heard saying: “Guys, it’s core hours”

How do you recharge? A coffee, a walk around the building for 5 minutes for some fresh air and I’m ready to get back to it!

What superpower would you like to have? Knowledge is powerful so if I could have a photographic memory, that would be enough of a superpower for me. Partly because “Suits” is my favourite series at the moment.

What characteristic do you value above all else in others? Ambition. I love people that want to progress and be the best at what they do but appreciate that hard work is what gets you there, not cutting corners.

hands-coffee-smartphone-technology-largeDislikes: When people finish your sentences for you.

Five people (excluding yourself) you’d invite for dinner (dead or alive): David Beckham, Prince Harry, Cheryl Cole, Zooey Deschanel & Morgan Freeman.

Eastenders or Coronation Street? Haven’t watched either of them for over 10 years but it used to be Eastenders

Brown sauce or Ketchup? Ketchup of course. But it has to be Heinz.

Takeaway or cook at home: Cook at home. Nothing beats a good stir fry beef.Beef_noodle_stir_fry_(4765940970)

Did you vote remain or opt out of the EU? I voted to remain in the EU. Both campaigns were awful, but in my opinion there’s too much uncertainty on what the future holds and I’ve liked growing up as part of the EU.

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