Fisher Productions re-organises following 'major' growth

Fisher Productions has restructured, with operational delivery of the business being handled by a team of senior managers.

Fisher Productions re-organises following major growth
Fisher Productions re-organises following major growth

The company, which recently held a party for Hugo Boss, has seen phenomenal growth over the last six months and is re-structuring in order to meet demand for its products and services.

The senior managers are Rob Morrison, who will continue as head of sales, Rob Baker as head of lighting and hire and Gareth Soal as head of staging. They are joined by Lucy Gibson who moves from senior project manager to head of technical services, Naomi Ambrose who has been promoted from pitch manager to head of pitch and design and Natasha Funnel who continues as financial controller.

In addition, Jason Down has been promoted from client relationship manager to head of production and Chris Clay from head of technical production to director of commercial operations

The company has made several senior appointments over the last six months, including the recruitment of chairman Grahame Bellingham, marketing and sales director Laura Bayford and finance director Julian Sampson.

The Board continues to be headed up by chief executive Graham Beswick who is supported in addition to the new appointments by creative and production director Philippa Bowers, responsible for all technical and creative delivery, and special projects director Richard Merritt who will continue to look after Fisher’s Royal Warrant.

Beswick said: "We are absolutely delighted to be able to make these changes. Fisher has a great team who are experienced, creative and commercially focused. We are also making a number of other people changes within the business which will enable us to offer a seamless service to clients and venues. The restructure will allow us to meet our growth targets and reflects our current position in the market place."

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