Heineken and Nationwide work beckons for Corporate Events' senior producer

Corporate Events has appointed Ian Harvey to the new position of senior producer, working with clients including Heineken and Nationwide.

Corporate Events welcomes senior producer with Vauxhall and Lexus experience
Corporate Events welcomes senior producer with Vauxhall and Lexus experience

With more than 10-years of event management and production experience as a producer and project manager, Harvey most recently worked as a producer at Conference Connections.

He has worked on several international motor shows, including the launch of the new Vauxhall Corsa in Saltzberg and the Lexus Hybrid in Berlin. 

"I have also worked on some large scale live music events with McFly and the Sugababes, Duran Duran, Amy Winehouse and James Blunt. For two years running I ran the Topshop Fashion Show launching their new clothing range, an event for 1,500 staff," he said.

Corporate Events managing director Andy Ashley adds: "With our interesting and diverse range of clients from major drinks brands through to the banking sector, I think our event productions offer a different style and creative approach to the live events industry.

"Owning a great deal of our own technical kit, having a large studio and in house technical resource, the Corporate Events proposition stacks up and, I think, is head and shoulders above the average events agency."

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