News & Events-New ISTAR Business Manager joins Frazer-Nash

Frazer-Nash is pleased to announce the appointment of Steve Little as Business Manager for ISTAR - the company's 50th new hire in the past six months.

At Frazer-Nash, Steve will be responsible for development and delivery of the company's ISTAR, Communications and Electronic Warfare business. He is also taking the lead in further developing Frazer-Nash's cyber business.

Steve joins from the geospatial technology company Envitia, where he was business development manager for defence and security. During his time with the company he led a winning bid to the MOD for the Advanced Geospatial Information and Intelligence Services (AGIS) research project, which is undertaking the UK MOD's geospatial and environmental research. He also has excellent connections within the ISTAR community.

Prior to Envitia, Steve spent 15 years with BAE Systems, providing technical and software consultancy on a wide range of projects for customers including the Royal Navy, UK Hydrographic Office and Defence Intelligence.

Mark Dorn, Senior Business Executive within Frazer-Nash, said: "Following the recent announcement by Philip Hammond that MOD is to invest significantly in C4ISR, Steve is an important addition to Frazer-Nash, able to bring his mix of experience and industry insight to reinforce our position within this market."