Peter Campbell has taken the newly created post of senior corporate affairs officer at the Business Services Association (BSA), which represents companies providing outsourced services across the private- and public-sectors.
The six-strong BSA is overseen by chief executive Mark Fox and its head of policy is Melanie Maxwell Scott.
Campbell has the now-standard two-year lobbying ban from the Advisory Committee on Business Appointments (ACoBA). His switch to the BSA is revealed on ACoBA’s latest appointments listing.
Fox told PAN that Campbell’s main task was to help the BSA grow its membership activity and member communications.
Campbell moved to Downing Street after last year’s general election from Conservative HQ.
7th November 2011 by Ian Hall