PPMA announces two new positions

PPMA announces two new positions

Business

PPMA Group of Associations has announced two new positions as it appoints a Chief Executive Officer (CEO) to its executive team and a new Director to the board

Peter Williamson, Managing Director at RARUK Automation Limited will soon be helping to shape the future of PPMA. Peter will formally take up his position as CEO of PPMA in the New year. Although continuing to be Managing Director of RARUK Automation, and a Director of PPMA, Peter will spend two days a week as CEO of PPMA, helping to shape the strategy behind operations in 2023.

Rosie Davies, Group Director at RMGroup will join the Board of Directors, bringing in her knowledge and experience of systems integration and testing new ideas. Both Peter and Rosie will be aided by David Harrison, Chief Operating Officer who will be there to assist in their transition to the PPMA.

With an exciting calendar of events coming up in the new year both are sure to be kept busy, and up to speed in anticipation for the upcoming Automation UK, Machine Vision Conference, and PPMA Show 2023.

Rosie Davies, Group Director at RMGroup said, I am thrilled to be joining the PPMA board. As part of member company RMGroup, our business has grown with the show. The PPMA association has provided a platform on which we have built a great network of suppliers and partners. It will be an honour to support the promotion of PPMA and its plans to enhance member benefits furthermore.
Peter Williamson, Managing Director at RARUK Automation Limited said, "During my 6 years as a Director for PPMA I have already had the opportunity to see the amazing work that they do. To be able to expand upon my role and become a conduit between the board and PPMA team is an exciting opportunity and one that I very much look forward to. I am grateful to RARUK Automation for making this possible by providing flexibility in my role to continue driving the business forward whilst taking on additional responsibility at the PPMA. I look forward to helping the PPMA and its members successfully meet their goals in the new year and beyond."
James Causebrook, Chairman PPMA Group of Associations said, "The addition of Rosie to the board and Peter as CEO means the PPMA is in an incredibly fortunate situation to best drive strategic events and services at the same time. We wish them all the best in 2023."

This article was originally published by PPMA.

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