It’s difficult to describe a typical EAGB member. They reflect the gamut of British trade and commerce but most importantly: they have enquiring minds, a gregarious nature, ambition for their organisations and are leaders in business.
David Little – EAGB Board member
David Mellard – EAGB Board Member
Grenville P W Burn
Owen Williams – EAGB Board Member
Richard Angus – EAGB Board Member
Simon Hammond – EAGB Chairman
Becoming a member
As a visitor you may only join the EAGB if nominated by one existing member and seconded by another. This normally happens once you have attended two meetings and members have had the opportunity to meet and speak with you.
The Secretary will be asked by the Board to send you an application form. Once completed, members will be advised of the nomination. An interview with the membership committee follows during which you will be informed about the rules and behaviour expected of all members. The board will then consider your nomination after which you will be informed whether or not your membership has been accepted.
The formalities conclude when the Chairperson introduces you to the members at your first official meeting as an EAGB member.