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ISA-UK adds Sussex Sign director to council

ISA-UK powered by BSGA, the trade association for the sign, graphics and visual communications industry, has appointed Linda Edwards from The Sussex Sign Company to its council.

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Linda Edwards joined The Sussex Sign Company 17 years ago

Edwards began working full time in the sign industry at the age of 21 and joined The Sussex Sign Company two years later as a designer.

Over the last 17 years at the firm, Edwards progressed to production manager, branch manager and general manager, before taking on her current role as operations director in 2014.

“Having a trade association such as ISA-UK to bring the sector together is vital as it ensures our professional community has a voice,” Edwards says.

“Being a member of ISA-UK demonstrates that businesses and individuals are committed to helping to support and evolve the industry.”

ISA-UK director David Catanach adds: “Linda will be an incredible asset to the ISA-UK council. She has great practical and technical skills but is also an experienced business director and strategist.  

“She’s passionate about the role ISA-UK plays in uniting and inspiring the sign and visual communications industry and is committed to playing an active part in the development of the association and the businesses we work hard to support.”

Meanwhile, the ISA-UK also announced that Mike Smith of SignFab has resigned after from its council after serving a term of five years.

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