Inventive Leisure co-founder Roy Ellis steps down from board

21 October 2013 by
Inventive Leisure co-founder Roy Ellis steps down from board

Roy Ellis has stepped down from the board of bar operator Inventive Leisure, the company he co-founded with Neil Macleod.

Ellis, who has spent 22 years with the Manchester-based business, which owns the Revolution bar brand, will step down with immediate effect.

His departure comes just two months after Macleod stood down as a director of the 62-strong Revolution chain.

Ellis had already resigned as chief executive in March this year when he was replaced by former Barracuda Pub Group chief executive Mark McQuater.

McQuater said: "We would like to thank Roy for his huge contribution to the success of the business over the years and wish him all the best for the future."

Neil Macleod, founder of Inventive Leisure, leaves the company >>

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