The UK’s Wine and Spirit Trade Association (WSTA) is is seeking to diversify its board by recruiting four new members, chosen for their different business expertise and perspectives.
The WSTA – a not for profit organization - is looking for ‘fresh thinking’ volunteers, to apply to join the board for a two-year term, to contribute to discussions and be a source of information and advice for members of the WSTA team.
The WSTA wants to hear from individuals working at companies within its membership who feel they can bring fresh skills, experience and perspective, preferably from the following categories: SMEs, UK wine and spirit producers, importers/exporters, wholesalers or merchants with skills and qualifications, including qualified lawyers or procurement, HR, communication, ICT training, data and education specialists.
Interested applicants can find out more about the role via the WSTA website.
Miles Beale, Chief Executive of the Wine and Spirit Trade Association said: “We believe that our member companies have within their ranks a source of untapped talent that could help drive the WSTA at a time when the industry is focused on recovery and rejuvenation during what continues to be a turbulent time.”