Ruth Ward resigns from KBSA

31 Mar, 17

Sales and marketing director has resigned due to personal circumstances

Trade association the KBSA has announced, on March 31, that sales and marketing director Ruth Ward has resigned from her position due to personal circumstances.

Ward joined the KBSA in January 2007 and has most recently been working with acting CEO and consultant Uwe Hanneck to implement a growth strategy for the association.

Recently appointed national chair of the KBSA Richard Hibbert commented: “Ruth has been a valuable member of our team and her contributions to our continued success are very much appreciated.”

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Uwe Hanneck said: “Over the coming weeks, we will start the process of recruiting a suitable candidate to take forward our sales and marketing activities. The new recruit will, in co-operation with our existing staff at our head office in Mansfield, work to deliver and implement our future policy based on the strategy that has been developed over the past two years.

“In the interim, Dawn Harlow, membership manager and I will take direct control of all sales and marketing activities and make sure that is it business as usual. We will be supported by Richard Hibbert and the KBSA board.” “We will continue to drive forward our plans for the current year. These include the AGM and Conference on October 3, 2017. It is our aim to make this year’s the best ever and a future benchmark for the whole of the industry.”