Posted 4th July

Tom Reynolds implements new three-year strategy for BMA

4th July 2019 - 10:23am
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Tom Reynolds, CEO designate of the Bathroom Manufacturers Association – BMA – has announced his plans to implement a new three-year strategy for the organisation at its recent AGM at the Leicester Marriott at the end of June.

Reynolds said he will be streamlining the management of the association by bringing together the board and management committees into one governing committee. He added that the focus of the trade body would continue to be product compliance with a “growing emphasis” on sustainability.

“The BMA has a thriving membership and strong foundations,” Reynolds said at the AGM. “The strategy I am developing will continue to support members with the things they value and deliver a clear purpose for the future.”

Current BMA CEO Yvonne Orgill updated members on the organisation’s current campaigns at the AGM and outlined the progress made on the introduction of the Unified Water Label, of which she is now the managing director.

Read more: BMA reveals trade speaker for 2019 conference

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