Venues and Events hires new creative executive

Venues and Events is expanding its team, with the addition of a new creative executive.

Megan Harper
Megan Harper

Megan Harper has been taken on full-time following a period of work experience, after being referred from the Department for Work and Pensions. In her new position, she will be responsible for a range of creative roles within Venues and Events and help to manage the agency’s growing strategic creative partnerships.

Venues and Events International Limited founder and chief executive Anita Lowe said Harper’s talents were an instant hit with the team. "She’ll prove to be a vital asset in providing clients with creative executions to meet their event planning needs. We’re delighted she chose a career with us as it’s important to nurture the next generation of events professionals." 

Harper added that she was looking forward to becoming part of the team. "In addition to this I’m already contributing my own creative ideas to client event solutions.  It’s a great agency to be a part of, a place where I feel my talents will be both nurtured and taken to a new level.  I’m so thrilled to be embarking on this stage of my career."

The news follows a series of recent partnerships for the agency, including one with Zing Events last week. 

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