Thursday August 6, 2020

The Sunday Interview: Jo Bamford

Businessman Jo Bamford is heir to the £5 billion JCB fortune. But for now, he has his sights set on saving Wrightbus in the North, and an all-island green bus transport plan

26th July, 2020
Jo Bamford, chairman of Wrightbus which employs 600 people in Co Antrim. Photo: Stephen Davison

In brief

Name: Jo Bamford

Role: chairman of Wrightbus and Ryse Hydrogen

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