Emma Pratt

Ashton Graham's Marketing Manager, Emma Pratt has been elected vice chair of the Town Centre Forum in Ipswich.The Town Centre Forum is part of Ipswich Central, the not-for-profit, private-sector organisation that runs the Business Improvement District (BID).

Ashton Graham's Marketing Manager, Emma Pratt has been elected vice chair of the Town Centre Forum in Ipswich.

The Town Centre Forum is part of Ipswich Central, the not-for-profit, private-sector organisation that runs the Business Improvement District (BID). The Town Centre Forum is an elected group of town centre business representatives and meets to review the services that Ipswich Central provides, the impact and shape of activity that is supplied, and how any future actions will benefit the stakeholders within the Ipswich town centre district.

Ms Pratt will be supporting forum chair and chief executive of IDEA Ltd Dr Peter Funnell, and will be primarily responsible for acting as a conduit into Ipswich Central's wider stakeholder audience. Together with her fellow committee members, she will be involved in ensuring that stakeholder feedback is considered and, where practical, adopted to enhance the BID environment.

She said: “I am very excited about taking on this role, and having the opportunity to work with Peter and the committee to bring the Town Centre Forum's initiatives to realisation.”


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Dr Funnell said: “Emma was unanimously elected by the Forum to the new role of Vice Chair. She will bring a strong marketing steer to the Forum and the work of Ipswich Central, together with a passionate commitment to the further development of Ipswich as a premier retail, tourism and commercial centre and a great place to live”

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