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GBR Technology lends learning support to BIGGA

7.42am 6th September 2016 - Corporate

GBR Technology and Bigga Pic 22.08.16BIGGA is delighted to welcome GBR Technology as the greenkeeping association’s latest Education Supporter.

GBR Technology is the 21st industry organisation to sign up as an Education Supporter, while nine others count themselves as BIGGA Partners.

GBR Technology is the third new Education Supporter to partner with the greenkeeping association this year, reaffirming BIGGA’s commitment to the Continuing Professional Development of its members.

Paul Morris, Managing Director at GBR Technology, said: “GBR Technology has worked with BIGGA for a number of years now, including presenting at a number of regional seminars across the UK and at BTME. We are very pleased to now be formally supporting BIGGA’s education programme as a sponsor, providing funding that supports this excellent and industry-benefitting initiative.”

The status of BIGGA Education Supporter gives recognition to those companies who financially support the association’s Learning & Development Fund on an annual basis.

BIGGA’s Business Development Manager Jill Rodham said: “GBR Technology has been a loyal supporter of BIGGA and our members for a number of years. The company has spent more than 23 years providing premium quality, high performing products and first class technical support into a variety of industries and has an excellent reputation amongst sports turf professionals.”

“It’s great to add them to our ever increasing list of BIGGA Education Supporters and we are excited about passing on the benefits to our members.”

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