UK CHEMICAL INDUSTRY KEYNOTE
Stephen ElliottChief Executive - The Chemical Industries Association (CIA)
Time & Location
Wednesday: 12.00 to 12.20, Stage 1
About this presentation
Against the backdrop of massive sector challenges and changing business & regulatory landscapes, an opportunity to hear the latest thoughts & perspectives from the UK’s national trade association, representing and advising the chemical and chemical product industries
Steve Elliott joined the Chemical Industries Association in 1997, spending four and half years as Head, International Trade with additional responsibility for Sustainable Development. In April 2002, he was promoted to the position of Director, Trade & Competitiveness and subsequently Director, Business Environment. Steve was appointed Chief Executive of the CIA in February 2006.
Steve possesses a First class BA (Hons) degree from Nottingham Trent University, and is an Associate Fellow of the IChemE. Prior to his career with CIA, he spent fifteen years working with the DTI, a South African trade advisory body and Crown Agents as an international trade policy and promotion specialist, as well as in general consultancy with Price Waterhouse.
Steve currently sits on the Board of the Involvement and Participation Association (an employee relations think-tank), is a Trustee of CogentSkills, a member of the Process Safety Management Competence Board, Chair of the Energy Intensive Users’ Group, and is involved with a number of committees within Cefic (the European Chemical Industry Council). Former roles include President of the European Chemical Employers Group.
Married with two children, Steve is manager of a local youth football team and a supporter of Manchester City Football Club.