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BSRIA announces new Business Manager

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BSRIA has announced June Davis as its new Business Manager for its Northern operation, effective from 11 January 2016. The appointment will enable BSRIA to continue to develop its north of England presence by strengthening its capabilities to meet the regional client needs.

June has over 14 years’ experience of working with a construction related membership organisation – the National Federation of Builders. During her time with the organisation she undertook a variety of roles and responsibilities, including operational management and developing and growing the training and development arm, along with the introduction of new products and services.

Julia Evans, Chief Executive, BSRIA, said: “June brings with her a wealth of experience. We see the appointment of June as an essential step in our continued development of this key area which highlight’s BSRIA’s commitment to ‘UK plc’ and ‘life north of Watford’.

June said: “I am very excited about this opportunity and the chance to enhance BSRIA’s client base and reputation in the north of England, working with the existing teams within BSRIA. My focus is to develop new business opportunities, customers and prospects for BSRIA in the ‘northern powerhouse’. A particular focus will also be maintaining existing business in the region. I’m keen to establish BSRIA’s market position as the leading organisation for its diverse portfolio.”

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