Dr Philip Wright steps down as CEO of the Textile Services Association (TSA)
After two and a half years, Philip Wright has decided to step down from the TSA, with the support of the TSA Board. He will formally finish work on 31st December 2018.
Philip said: “I have enjoyed my time at the TSA and hope I have helped raise the profile of this hidden but critical sector. After two and a half years I feel it is time for me to return to work in science, technology and education, but wish the TSA and its members the best for the future.”
Mr Charles Betteridge said: “The Board wishes to thank Philip for his work at the TSA, which has progressed as an organisation and become more visible with key external stakeholders. After this period of change the Board wishes to consider the next steps for TSA to continue to enhance our services for members.”
TSA is currently identifying an Interim CEO and will be making an announcement shortly.
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