New member in Leather Naturally Supervisory Council

24 November 2022

Leather Naturally is pleased to announce that Mr. David Peters has been confirmed by the Leather Naturally membership as a new member of the Supervisory Council as per immediate effect.

David Peters - Consultant

David Peters is an independent consultant with more than 40 years of management experience in the hide, skin and leather industries. His career began in London, UK thereafter working in Holland and several cities in the United States. He has travelled extensively in South America, Europe and Asia developing relationships with the main producers of both hides, skins and leather in all these markets.

David has held senior executive positions with hide & leather companies, including as a member of the Board of Directors of LHCA and former president of ALCA as well as being a contributor to World Leather Magazine.

Leather Naturally Supervisory Council Chair James Lang commented:

"On behalf of Leather Naturally I would like to welcome David to the Supervisory Council. He brings a wealth of experience and expertise, and we look forward to working with him at what is an exciting time for the organisation.”

Words from David:
Being nominated to the Supervisory Council is an exciting opportunity and I look forward to assisting the team in continuing the remarkable success story of Leather Naturally. There is no question that the accomplishments made thus far, are providing solid building blocks for the future. Having a globally unified voice for leather is a much-needed platform to address our future challenges. Leather is unique, it has no equivalent, it is often imitated but never duplicated. I am excited about the prospect of broadening our base and expanding our reach.

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