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The BAPC team


Sidney Bobb - BAPC Chairman

Sidney Bobb

Chairman of the BAPC and leader of National Council. Sidney has primary responsibility for strategic planning and development, external relations, industry and legislative matters.

Email: sidney.bobb@bapc.co.uk

Freddie Kienzler

Freddie works alongside the Chairman on strategic and governmental matters.He has  a particular interest in environmental issues and in building good strong relationships with outside organisations.



BAPC Council - Tony Kenton

Tony Kenton

Tony, as well as acting as Honorary Treasurer  works closely with the Chairman on the strategic planning and development of the BAPC and manages the associations on-line and IT activities. In addition Tony assists members in resolving some of the issues they face on a day-to-day basis.

Email: tk@itiq.com



Nigel Toplis

Well known for his sales and marketing knowledge Nigel is involved in a number of the Association's educational initiatives including a European funded facility helping those to improve their skills in managing a business.

Email: nigel@recognition-express.com



Mike Moradian

Mike understands every aspect of running a High Street on-demand business. His experience, coupled with his ability to get to the core of the issues ensures that he is kept busy helping members in facing the challenges of today.

Email: print.express@btclick.com

Phil Wilce

Well known within the sector for his ability to manage a sales team Phil's advice is often sought both in regard to his mangement skills and his knowledge of obtaining business through the tendering process.

Email: phil@formara.co.uk


Simon Tabelin

SImon is a specialist in display and personalised promotional work and is always available to assist members in their quest to improve digital production techniques.

Email: simon.tabelin@brilliant-media.com


Stuart Mason

Forthright and straight talking Stuart who is based in Scotland is an ace when it comes to looking at new markets. He is on hand to assist members with  strategic planning and implementation.







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