Keith Ritchie is Executive Chairman of international ventilation manufacturers Titon Holdings, having taken up the role in 2012 after more than 25 years working in the City of London. He serves as chair of the BEAMA Ventilation Group and a non-executive director of BEAMA, the industry trade body that represents the UK’s leading ventilation manufacturers. The group aims to raise awareness of the importance of good indoor air quality to human health as well as driving up standards in the industry, improving regulation and compliance and campaigning for a joined-up approach to ventilation and energy efficiency. Keith is a regular contributor to the Healthy Homes and Buildings All-Party Parliamentary Group which BEAMA sponsor, and was a contributing author of the APPG’s white paper. Keith is also involved with the Air Pollution APPG and as part of his ongoing role on behalf of the industry, holds meetings with patient groups such as Allergy UK, NGOs such as National Energy Action and academic organisations like the UK Indoor Environments Group.