Orgill, the outgoing BMA CEO, saw tribute paid to her 33 years in industry in a presentation made by BMA President Alan Dodds.
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Dodds was joined by Darren Summerfield, Commercial Director at Immediate Media, in a humorous ‘What has Yvonne Orgill done for the bathroom Industry’ review of Orgill’s career. It highlighted how her influential position provided a positive role model for other women in the industry, and reflected on her success with the Unified Water Label.
Dodds said “Yvonne has tremendous energy and passion for the bathroom industry. She has poured her heart and soul into developing and leading the BMA, building a solid base of committed members. She leaves us with a strong and vibrant association to take forward.”
Yvonne thanked the industry for providing such a rewarding career and wished new CEO, Tom Reynolds well in taking the BMA forward.