BSA has the following Committees:
This committee consults with the President on necessary expenses in carrying out the Association's activities. The committee also approves the budget for the ensuing year and recommends the budget to the Board of Directors. In addition, the committee recommends the selection of a Certified Public Accountant to audit or review the Association's accounts.
Chair - Renee Starr, Newell Rubbermaid
Chair - Brian Doherty, ADMA
Comprised of members from each segment, this committee investigates all applications for admission and reports to the President.
Program Forum Committee
Chair - Nick Aronis, The Godfrey Group
Plans and organizes the program for the annual meeting and conference. This includes selecting speakers, planning social and sports events, and overseeing the interview selection process.
Co-Chairs - April Fabien, S.P. Richards and Robert Wainberg, Avery
The Standards Committee develops, monitors, and promotes, in a timely manner, selected voluntary, consensus performance guidelines. The purpose of such standards shall be to promote efficient distribution of the products sold by the industry thus benefiting the consuming public. Interested BSA member companies have an opportunity to review and comment on the guidelines.
Steven Glass, Midwest Resource
Mike Metchikoff, OPMA
Michele Pitner, Fellowes
Independent Dealer Council
Chair - Barry Lane, Avery
Ad-Hoc Task Force
Chair- Mike Metchikoff, OPMA
BSA is a trade association that represents manufacturers, wholesalers, manufacturer representatives in the business products and related industries. We strive to develop high industry standards, best practices and technological advances to promote the growth and success of our members through networking, education and innovative ideas.
The 2017 BSA Forum will be held in Austin, TX from Sept. 6-7, 2017. The Forum will take place at the Austin Hilton.
New Conference Registration Bonus: All registrations include a two night stay at Austin Hilton (room + tax from Sept. 6- Sept. 7, 2017).