Adam Taylor set to be next HTA president

Taylors Bulbs director Adam Taylor is joining the HTA board as vice-president elect.

Adam Taylor
Adam Taylor
Taylor said "I feel very honoured to be appointed to such a prestigious position on the Board of the HTA, and I look forward to working on behalf of our industry with the rest of the Board, making sure our voices are heard where needed."

Also, in a statutory appointment HTA finance director Alex Vick has joined the board with HTA HR director Anne Clark, HTA operations director Martin Simmons and HTA horticulture head Raoul Curtis-Machin joining as executive directors.

All these appointments will be ratified at the HTA AGM which takes place on 6 December at the new HTA offices at Horticulture House, Chilton, Oxfordshire, OX110RN.

HTA chief executive Carol Paris said: "We welcome Adam Taylor to the HTA board as vice president-elect and look forward to his contribution representing growers. Taylors Bulbs is a long established family business and I am sure that Adam will bring a wealth of experience and expertise to the table. Furthermore, the additional appointment of HTA Directors to the Board strengthens our core executive team enabling us to deliver the very best for our members."

Current HTA president is Adam Wigglesworth, who continues for another year.


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