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BSRIA appoints Amanda McDonald as Head of MarketingDecember 2022

BSRIA is pleased to announce the appointment of Amanda McDonald as company’s Head of Marketing, the newly created role to lead BSRIA brand from strength to strength, and support company’s commercial activities. The UK-based position with global outreach, carries a remit to spearhead all brand, customer, digital, event and product-marketing initiatives, embrace latest technology developments and establish innovative communication channels.

Amanda McDonald, Head of Marketing

Amanda, a Chartered Marketer with a degree in Marketing Management, brings a wealth of experience having previously worked in companies within the B2B technology and services space. Leveraging her experience, in this new role, Amanda will be focussed on establishing BSRIA as knowledge generating industry leader and trusted provider of specialised, high quality professional services to the global customer base. 

The appointment comes as part of BSRIA’s aims to pursue growth while maintaining operational resilience and business performance management, which all are at the forefront of company’s wider corporate strategy. 

Krystyna Dawson, BSRIA Commercial Director, comments on the appointment: “We are truly delighted to welcome Amanda McDonald as our new Head of Marketing. Her extensive professional knowledge and experience, combined with passion and drive for success are great fit with BSRIA’s course for growth and innovation.”

Amanda McDonald, BSRIA Head of Marketing, adds: “I’m thrilled to have been appointed and look forward to what promises to be a very exciting future at BSRIA. The built environment is facing significant challenges and I look forward to making BSRIA’s valuable knowledge, innovative products and services widely known, easy to find, and to access, helping our clients and members to respond to the challenges and facilitating well informed decisions.”