Bringing Associations Together To Boost Performance


Howard Glenn leaves BIA

The Boating Industry Association (BIA) has announced that Howard Glenn has left the organisation to explore new ventures and projects.

Howard Glenn has completed his change-management role as CEO, having brought together the three state Associations of NSW, SA and QLD, plus sector associations Houseboat Hirers Association (HHA) and the Charter Vessels Association (CVA).

Howard had a strategy to achieve within a three-year term, and has left having done so within two and a half years.

President Alan Blake said, “The Board would like to thank Howard for his leadership of the BIA through this important phase, to create a strong and focused Association, and we wish him well in his next endeavours”.

Domenic Genua, Nik Parker and Simon Hazelbrook have assumed management responsibility for the three core elements of the business; events and lifestyle marketing, member services and advocacy and finance, administration and governance. The BIA staff that work with the management team remains the same.

The Management Team will report directly into the President who will oversee the operation in the interim.

Blake also said; “We are pleased that Domenic, Nik, Simon and the whole BIA team is committed to delivering on the agenda as directed by the Board”.

Taken from Boating Industry Association Media Release 12 March 2018

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