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ISA-UK brings in Lambie as new president

ISA-UK, powered by the British Sign & Graphics Association (BSGA), has named Robert Lambie as its new president and Sam Armstrong as vice president.

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[L to R} Robert Lambie, new president of the ISA-UK, powered by BSGA, with new vice president Sam Armstrong

Lambie, the founder of UKsignboards.com and a director of Fast Signs (Scotland), has been on the BSGA board of directors since 2011. He takes over the role from David Derbyshire of Astra Signs.

Speaking about the appointment, Lambie says that it is an honour to become president of ISA-UK at such a momentous time for the association and the industry.”

“As technology continues to develop, the sign and graphics landscape is changing rapidly and the opportunities for creativity and innovation in our sector are massively exciting,” he says.

As technology continues to develop, the sign and graphics landscape is changing rapidly and the opportunities for creativity and innovation in our sector are massively exciting

“I’m determined to continue David’s good work and help take our organisation forward to benefit our members and the UK sign and graphics industry as a whole.”

Sam Armstrong is managing director of signage consultancy Make it Happen and will now take over as vice president of ISA-UK.

Armstrong comments: “As an organisation we exist to help our members address some of the key issues within the sign and graphics industry: from training and development of their people and environmental responsibility; to tackling complex planning regulations and health and safety issues.

“It’s vital that professionals working within our community keep up to date with latest developments and we are here to help with that.”

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