The London venue, which has 19 flexible event spaces, has welcomed Fiona Wynn as business development administrator and Chloe Alfred as marketing executive.
Robin Parker, general manager of Church House Conference Centre, said the appointments followed a restructure of the sales and marketing team. He said: "As we look to capitalise on Church House’s growth in sales, I am really looking forward to working with their new ideas and fresh outlook on all things sales and marketing to ensure we maintain this trend."
Wynn, a graduate of Sheffield Hallam University, said her new role provided her with an "amazing opportunity" to learn about the industry. She added: "My role has been designed so I can support both the business development and marketing departments, which means that I will be able to get stuck in on a variety of tasks and increase my skill set."
Alfred, who has a masters in theatre and performance from Queen Mary University and previously worked as a marketing assistant at The Barbican Centre, said: "The events industry is extremely exciting and Church House is a truly unique venue, offering such a large scope for creative marketing campaigns. I am looking forward to promoting the venue to both new and existing audiences and am thrilled to join such a passionate team of people."
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