SPASA CEO appointed to Ministerial Council

Spiros Dassakis, Chief Executive Officer of the Swimming Pool and Spa Alliance (SPASA), has been appointed as a member of the Home Building Advisory Council for a second term by the Minister for Fair Trading, The Hon Anthony Roberts MP.

Advisory Council members are appointed based on their individual experience, industry expertise and existing participation in other committees and representation of constituencies to government.

The Advisory Council is required to work through a broad range of issues including providing advice on a range of legislative, regulatory, strategic and policy decisions which impact industry.

Dassakis as part of the Advisory Committee will advise the Minister on such consumer-related or trader-related issues relating to the home building industry and provide advice to the Minister with respect to any other matter referred to it by the Minister.

“I’m very honoured to be invited back to serve a second term given that the swimming pool and spa industry contributes in excess of $1 billion a year to Australia’s national gross domestic product,” says Dassakis.

“SPASA has been a proactive campaigner in industry representation and advocacy at all levels of government, regulators and other non-government organisations over the last 5 years. I have provided representation on a number of state and national committees, keeping up to date on prominent industry issues and ensuring the swimming pool and spa industry continues to have a strong voice.”

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