Posted 26th June

BMA reveals trade speaker for 2019 conference

26th June 2019 - 10:35am
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The Bathroom Manufacturers Association – BMA – has named David Henig, director of UK Trade Policy Project at the European Centre for International Political Economy – ECIPE – as a speaker for the 2019 Bathroom & Kitchen Business Conference.

Henig joined the ECIPE in April last year, having previously worked for the UK Government helping to establish the Department for International Trade in 2016. He will be joined by Insider Trends trend head Cate Trotter at the conference, taking place on the 8th October at Carden Park Resort, Chester.

“David will provide an insight into the trade implications of Brexit and the likely future economic path of the UK,” said BMA CEO Yvonne Orgill. “He is exceptionally well qualified and a welcome addition to this year’s line-up, which also includes top retail influencer, Cate Trotter.”


Read more: BMA champions ageless bathroom design with new competition


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