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BSA's Norman Rose to move on

14 May 2007

Norman Rose, Director-General of the Business Services Association for the past 11 years, today announced his intention to leave BSA later this year.

Speaking of his planned departure Norman said: “For some time I have been considering my future career and I was spurred into action by a comment by the Rt. Hon. Gordon Brown in a recent newspaper interview where he said ‘At all points you’ve got to question if what you are doing is yielding results and whether it’s the right time to move on and do something else.’ This persuaded me that now is the right time to move on. I shall be leaving BSA at the end of August, a timescale which I hope will allow for an orderly transition within the organisation.”

Under Norman Rose’s leadership, the BSA has become a key commentator in political and trade circles on a wide range of issues including PFI and employment legislation. Under Norman’s guidance it has grown from modest beginnings in 1993 to represent 19 of the largest players in the business services marketplace. Members currently turn over some £23 billion in the UK alone and employ more than 650,000 staff.

Current Chairman, Phil Hooper, Corporate Affairs Director of Sodexho commented:
“I would like to thank Norman for all his efforts in developing the BSA into what it is today. He has represented us on a range of issues and delivered positive outcomes to our members on many occasions.”
Norman reflects:
Further information contact Norman Rose on 07740 403181


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