CEO of KBSA Graham Ball retires

17 Jun, 15

After seven years heading the association, Ball steps down

After seven years as CEO of trade association the KBSA, Graham Ball has retired with immediate effect due to unforeseen family reasons.

National chair of the KBSA, Tina Riley commented: “It is with great sadness that we announce Graham’s retirement, but I would like to take this opportunity of thanking Graham for all his hardwork and tenacity. During his role as CEO, he has steered the association through what has been a difficult time within the industry.

“Myself and the rest of the board will continue to work with the KSA team, Ruth Ward and Dawn Harlow, to move the KBSA forward after our recent re-brand and new website launch.”

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She continued: “We wish Graham and his family all the best.”

Corporate chair for suppliers, Malcolm Scott added: “I have enjoyed working with Graham for many years during his career as sales director at De Dietrich and then as commercial director at Hotpoint before taking on the role of CEO at the KBSA.

“Graham has made an invaluable contribution to the association, leaving it in a much stronger position than when he joined. Our thoughts are with him. And, as ever, thank you to our corporate members for their support.”