KBSA, the home specialists association, have appointed Richard Hibbert as the new chair for retail members, taking over the role from Tina Riley.
After holding the position for two years, it is said Tina Riley has stood down from her position in order to spend more time with her business in preparation for its 50th anniversary celebration.
Commenting on her resignation, Tina Riley announced “It has been an honour to act as chair for the KBSA. As an association we are continually evolving and I leave knowing that there is a strategy in place to ensure future growth.”
Richard Hibbert, KSL Suffolk showroom owner, has been in the industry for fifteen years, as well as an active KBSA board member for three years. Speaking as acting KBSA CEO and Consultant, Uwe Hanneck remarked “We are delighted to welcome Richard into the role of chair and would like to extend our thanks to Tina for her consistent hard work and commitment to the KBSA.”KBSA | kbsa.org.uk