Dints CEO represents British Exporters

Dints CEO Geoff de Mowbray, aged 32, has been appointed to the British Exporters’ Association (BExA) council. BExA is an independent national trade association representing the interests of the export community. The association is managed by its council, which consists of 10 elected representatives of member companies as well as elected officers and the chair of each of the Association’s committees.

Geoff’s appointment comes after he was awarded the GTR BExA Young Exporter of the Year accolade at the end of 2013.

Commenting on his appointment Geoff said: ‘I was absolutely thrilled to be asked to be on BExA’s Council. Export is a crucial part of the British economy and in this ever shrinking world it is necessary for companies to look to international markets. BExA is a great hub for companies involved in export to represent our interests and I am looking forward to getting involved in the work of the association.’

Hugh Bailey, Director of BExA said: “Council was delighted to co-opt Geoff at yesterday’s meeting.  With his knowledge of the intricacies of international trade, his innovative approach to trading and his experience of African and other markets, Geoff will undoubtedly make an invaluable contribution to Council discussions.”

Also co-opted to Council during the same meeting were Tony Chitty of Mabey Bridge Ltd. and Guillaume Simonnet from Euler Hermes. More information about BExA can be found on their website.