fbe New National Vice Chairman

 

 

Thirty 30 Media Managing Director and leading communications specialist David Jones has been appointed National Vice Chairman for the Forum for the Built Environment (fbe) - the across all platforms, national networking group specialising in construction, property and development.

 

David, a well-known communications professional in his main role as Managing Director of Thirty 30 Media Ltd, oversees marketing, PR, design and event management for clients in the construction and property sector via his Manchester based media agency.

 

David commented on his appointment:

“It’s a great honour to be asked to move from my regional position to a national role for this fantastic organisation. As National Vice Chairman I look forward to being able to contribute on a much larger scale to the organisations future goals. Key areas for 2018 and beyond include awareness and membership, all while focusing on our core function of championing and facilitating business and networking across the construction industry.”

 

In addition to the ongoing calendar of activities across the UK, the board of directors meets quarterly and is led by National Chairman, Howard Gadd who commented:

“I’m so pleased to see David transition from Regional Director to National Vice Chairman. David is a well-known face, in both the North West and London construction networking scenes and has worked with some of the biggest names and companies throughout his career. We look forward to utilising David’s extensive knowledge of the sector and his wider expertise on a national scale as we continue to provide a platform for the UK’s ever-growing construction industry.”

 

Established in 1946, fbe has 25 branches nationwide. Branch committees work hard to provide an array of networking opportunities within the construction sector, from breakfast seminars and lunch meetings; formal awards evenings and dinners to more social occasions such as sports meetings and golf days. Branches span the UK including Sheffield, Birmingham, East Midlands and Liverpool together with fbe’s flagship branches at Manchester and Great Western, which regularly attract more than 200 construction professionals to their events. Over the next twelve months the fbe will hold a series of events including breakfast and lunchtime seminars with keynote speakers and social and networking events.

 

 

Notes to Editors:

Established in 1946, fbe has 25 branches nationwide. Branch committees work hard to provide an array of networking opportunities within the construction sector, from breakfast seminars and lunch meetings; formal awards evenings and dinners to more social occasions such as sports meetings and golf days. Branches span the UK including Sheffield, Birmingham, East Midlands and Liverpool together with fbe’s flagship branches at Manchester and Great Western, which regularly attract more than 200 construction professionals to their events. Over the next twelve months the fbe will hold a series of events including breakfast and lunchtime seminars with keynote speakers and social and networking events.

 

 

 


Media Contact: Ben Blake
PR & Marketing Executive
Thirty 30 Media Ltd
E: ben@thirty30media.co.uk
W: www.thirty30media.co.uk

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