Introducing BVAA’s Board

A function of the recent BVAA AGM is not just the appointment of the Association’s Chairman and Vice Chairmen, but also the 10-person Board from which they are drawn.

Once elected by the wider membership, BVAA’s Board members take on a specific area of responsibility - that might be say Technical, Training or one of a variety of other portfolios of importance to the Association’s development.

The BVAA tries to ensure that all types of member, big and small, manufacturer or supplier, are represented at Board level.  We are also keen that they come from different disciplines in their businesses, and would very much like to see more diversity in candidates.

N.B. Elections occur every November at the AGM.


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