Eventia plots membership drive with newly appointed committee

Eventia is planning a membership drive following recent board elections and the formation of a new membership committee.

Eventia embarks on membership drive
Eventia embarks on membership drive

Existing committee heads Matt Storey, head of business development at Gallowglass and Alison Ayling-Hogberg, national account manager for De Vere Hotels, are now joined by fellow board member Rick Stainton, managing director of Smyle. 

Additional committee members include ES Group head of sales and marketing Liz Madden, Excel London account manager Matthew Blood and the regional director of sales for Principal Hayley Hotels and Conference Venues, Mark Flashman.

Eventia’s membership currently stands at 300.

Gallowglass’ Storey said: "As always, membership is driven by the strength of our agency base, and for the next 12 months we will be looking specifically to drive the involvement of production, technical, experiential agencies and CAPS members (Corporate Association & Public Sector)  – giving us an even spread that encompasses business-to-business, business-to-consumer and business-to-employee activity."

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