DHP Family head of risk management Julie Tippins has joined the board of the Night-Time Industries Association.
Tippins will be helping to drive forward the work of the NTIA, as it seeks to influence the decisions of policymakers to ensure the night-time economy continues to flourish.
“DHP Family joined NTIA in 2015 when they were campaigning for the night-time industries in London and giving them a voice with decision-makers,” said Tippins. “Since then they have been campaigning across the country for change in the way local and national government engages with operators. This has been successful and I’m keen to help to drive this vital work forward.
“In my job, I have to liaise regularly with enforcement agencies, other operators, local communities, legal advisors and business groups. I have developed an extensive amount of knowledge in areas such as licensing, policing, local regeneration and how that impacts the hospitality and music industry. I will bring this insight into how operators and authorities can work together to improve our cities to make them better places to live, work and play to my role at NTIA.”
Michael Kill, CEO, NTIA, said: “Julie will be a significant asset to our board with her considerable experience. We look forward to her input in helping us address the challenges facing the sector both politically and operationally.”
DHP Family won the Promoter award at this year’s Music Week Awards.