VEM expands team following new business wins

Venues Event Management (VEM) has recruited ten staff following new business wins with clients including Leaseplan UK.

VEM expands team following new business wins
VEM expands team following new business wins

The agency’s new starters include Elle Petherick, who is client manager for VEM’s BT account, and Chris Goundrill, appointed client development manager for new business.

The eight additional staff are joining the client teams, to support client accounts including Mercedes-Benz and Santander, and the sales department, to focus on lapsed clients and new business.

VEM chief executive Anita Lowe said: "It is vitally important to appropriately resource every account and this influx of additional business gives us the opportunity to grow our company further. We have intensive three-month training plans and development programmes for new starters, which ensures that when they hit the ground they are well equipped to deliver excellent customer service."

VEM new starters:

Lottie Fortune - Client co-ordinator for project and event team

Josephine Bradley - Conference venue finder

Chris Goundrill - Client development manager - new business - FMCG

Genine Norman - Client co-ordinator - BT

Lisa Aumre - Conference venue finder

Hannah Shellard - Client coordinator for National Trust, AXA, QA Training, Steria, Baker Tilly - JTI

Lauren Crouch - Administrator for project and event team

Elle Petherick - Client manager - BT

Lynn Harman - Client development manager - new business - IT and Telecomms

Niall Fegan - Accounts administrator

VEM clients include:

·         AON

·         AXA

·         Baker Tilly

·         BP

·         BT

·         Bupa

·         Castrol

·         General Healthcare

·         JTI

·         Leaseplan

·         Mercedes-Benz

·         Morgan Stanley

·         National Trust

·         Priory Group

·         Santander

·         Shaw Trust

·         Smiths News

·         Steria

·         Trader Media Group

 

 

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