Boutique Catering & Events' new hospitality team brings HSBC experience

Boutique Catering & Events has appointed a new hospitality team, with experience handling corporate events by HSBC, John Lewis and Aviva.

Boutique Catering & Events' new hospitality team boasts HSBC experience
Boutique Catering & Events' new hospitality team boasts HSBC experience

Based at event venue Harewood House, near Leeds, the company appointed Rupert Mullins (pictured) as corporate sales manager. He previously ran his own company organising entertainment and styling to some of the North’s major venues. 

Elsewhere, Karina Navarro-Moreno Spittle, who has worked as a sales and events manager at Ghost Communications joins as sales executive; Boutique's Emma Jones will become an event co-ordinator.

Meanwhile, the team is completed by Natalie Holmes and Dan Greengrass who have worked with Boutique Catering & Events for a number of years.

Mullins said: "We’re a tight team and we know what works and how to make Harewood as a venue work for our clients. We treat every event as bespoke, we work hard to ensure that our clients have the event that they’re after and we listen, advise and action where and when appropriate. We are a multi-faceted corporate destination which can include outdoor space as part of our event offer and to be located so close to major transport links makes us a perfect place for a variety of events."

Harewood has a theatre style capacity of 1,000 and a range of rooms with capacities ranging from 10 for an intimate dinner to 150 for a banquet.


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