Nick Baxter-Sibley

Vice Chairman

Nick Baxter-Sibley is a Vice-Chairman of Exeter Chamber of Commerce & Chairman of the Marsh Barton Forum sub-committee.

He is a Director of Signs Express (Exeter), having originally followed a career in IT Project Management following graduation from the University of Birmingham. The business was started over 15 years ago and has grown to be one of the larger Signs Express's in the country winning a number of national sign excellence and business awards along the way, including Signs Express franchisee of the year in 2005.

Recent roles have included representing franchisees nationally on the British Franchise Association  ‘Franchisee Forum', chaired by Sir Bernard Ingham. Previously a Chairman of Exeter Round Table and now an active member of Exeter 41 Club, he has been actively involved in organizing many fund-raising events in Exeter including the annual St Loyes/Westpoint firework display.  In his spare time he is also an avid supporter of Exeter City Football Club, following their progression up the Football League..

Signs Express (Exeter)
Unit 5
Matford Park Road
Matford Park Road
Exeter
EX2 8ED

 

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