David Philpott

David Philpott

Managing director, ImperiousBublinky

David has over 30 years experience of working in the UK, USA and Africa in a career which has spanned local government, Christian missions, the National Health Service, broadcast media, event and conference management, international development work and leadership as a chief executive in the fields of medicine and aviation.

In 2005 he was nominated as Charity Principal of the Year. He was founding chairman of the Association of Air Ambulances, a post he held for three years.

David runs his own management and marketing consultancy, is an author and columnist and was previously chairman of the Institute of Directors in Kent.

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