The British Pest Control Association (BPCA), has appointed Ian Andrew as their new chief executive.
Andrew has extensive experience in lobbying and high-level representation with Westminster and the devolved administrations and has been a strong advocate for accreditation in his sector.
On his appointment Andrew said: “I am delighted to be joining BPCA at such an exciting time. My intention is to work closely with members to ensure that, as a sector, we continue to develop the assurance that clients and prospective clients have in BPCA members for the professional management of pests.”
Andrew will take over from Simon Forrester, who leaves BPCA on 19 January.
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