BSIA reveals official line-up of information destruction event

The British Security Industry Association’s (BSIA) Information Destruction Section has unveiled the official line-up of its annual Information Destruction Conference and Exhibition.

The popular event is due to take place on Wednesday 5th June at the National Motorcycle Museum in Birmingham and boasts an exciting line-up of expert speakers.

Kicking off the conference will be Chairman of the BSIA’s Information Destruction Section, Anthony Pearlgood, who will be showing the section’s first official promotional video emphasising the importance of choosing a quality supplier when sourcing essential information destruction services.

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Anthony Pearlgood – Chairman of the BSIA’s Information Destruction Section

“We’re very pleased to be able to announce 2013’s official conference programme, showcasing a variety of interesting topics that will be extremely relevant to professionals operating in the information destruction industry” commented Anthony. “The event is always very popular with attendants, with our conference programmes delivering a well-balanced mix of seminars providing practical advice for delegates in regards to improving their organisation’s performance, along with discussions on the challenges and opportunities faced by companies in the sector.”

2013’s speaker line-up has been confirmed as follows:

  • Mark Wormald, ‘Fishing for new clients, a brand new angle on selling’ – Mark, one of the country’s leading sales trainers, has spent over 20 years leading blue chip companies to sales success. His team endeavours to help sales people, directors and executives win businesses without overselling. Operating at both a strategic and tactical level, Mark’s presentation will advise on the best tactics and angles to take when forging new business relationships.
  • Ranjit Singh Baxi, ‘Recycled waste paper, the future today’ – Ranjit, the founder and Chairman of J and H Sales (International) Ltd, is a recognised expert in the recycling business, being appointed President of the Paper Division of the Bureau of International Recycling (BIR) in 2007. His company has grown to become one of Europe’s leading fibre recycling exporters, operating across the USA, Europe and the Far East, and receiving the Queen’s Award for Enterprise (International Trade) in 2001. Ranjit will be sharing his expertise at the conference, discussing the use of recycled waste paper in today’s society and where its future lies.
  • Martin Hutchins, ‘Leadership and management. Maximising resources, inspiring and motivating to get the most out of your staff’ – Martin is the founder of Professional Academy and has worked in a range of senior sales and marketing roles since he was 25. Having a large amount of experience speaking at conferences and events on an array of subjects, Martin will be returning to the Information Destruction Conference this year to speak about the most effective ways to motivate staff in the workplace.

The conference will conclude with an ever-popular Question and Answer session, where a panel of industry experts will be taking questions from delegates and debating a range of topical issues.

The day will also provide ample opportunity for delegates to network with their peers and view a comprehensive exhibition where a host of products and services will be on display. Refreshments will be provided throughout the day, with delegates and exhibitors also having the opportunity to attend a networking dinner in the evening. Attendees can express their interest in attending the dinner on the downloadable booking form.

“With less than four weeks to go and a limited number of delegate places left, people should book now to avoid missing out on what is bound to be an informative, exciting and memorable day” added Anthony.

The BSIA would also like to thank this year’s headline sponsors, Global Recycling Ltd T/A Shred-Tech UK and Vecoplan Ltd, for their continued support.

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