BAGMA at the Royal Highland Show 2018
BAGMA are delighted to announce that we will be exhibiting at the Royal Highland Show 2018 in our usual place in Avenue Q No.216, between 21 to 24 June 2018.
We would like to invite all members and their guests to visit us on our stand during the show and take advantage of our hospitality, the experts on the stand and our stand guests who’ll be there to advise and help all visitors.
Thursday will be a packed day for BAGMA as we will have our resident DVSA Officer on the stand to answer questions and give advice on road traffic legislation. We’ll also have a representative from DLG who organise the Agritechnica show and will be very happy to give advice to members on attending the next Agritechnica in Hanover.
Ruth Bailey, CEO of the Agricultural Engineers Association will be using our stand as a base and will be pleased to welcome any AEA members and their guests.
One of our newest BAGMA members, Catalyst Computer Systems, will be on the BAGMA stand for the duration of the show to demonstrate their dealer software and alternative packages for dealer’s IT systems. Call and make an appointment if you need to or just come and have a chat.
Our special guests this year will be Alan Hawkins, CEO of bira, BAGMA’s parent company, and bira’s new President Surinder Josan both joined by their wives for the Thursday & Friday of the show. Alan is retiring this year and would welcome the opportunity to meet old friends and members to say farewell to.
Also in attendance will be the BAGMA team who are there to help members, recruit new members and offer help and advice on a vast range of topics. You’ll be able to meet/catch up with; Brian Sangster, BAGMA President, Peter Arrand, BAGMA Vice President, Keith Christian, BAGMA Director, Janine Redford, bira’s Regional Membership Manager for Scotland, Richard Jenkins in only his second week as BAGMA’s new Business Development Manager and of course, our man in Scotland, Alasdair Straker who will be involved in everything.
We would love to see everyone and would be delighted if you could join us for a drink and a chat, particularly in the early evening on Thursday when we’ll be saying farewell to Alan Hawkins.