QEIICC commercial restructure to benefit clients including M&S and BA

The Queen Elizabeth Conference Centre (QEIICC) has restructured its commercial team, a move it says will benefit clients including Marks & Spencer, BA owner International Airlines Group.

QEIICC commercial restructure to benefit clients including M&S and BA
QEIICC commercial restructure to benefit clients including M&S and BA

The venue has appointed Becky Hoffman as revenue and commercial manager, Catherine Cook as senior account manager, while Jamie Ades, Tony Brinsden and Susie Evans have been appointed account managers.

Sue Etherington, QEIICC's commercial director, who oversees the new structure, said: "The two teams in the sales office have been combined to create a team of four account managers, and a new role has been created specifically to focus on revenue management and yield.

"The new restructure facilitates a stronger team culture with shared skills and knowledge and encourages all team members to grow their careers as well as servicing our clients in a wider team environment."

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