Vantage Point Group appoints business development director

The Vantage Point Group has appointed Paul Bradford as business development director.

Vantage Point Group appoints business development director
Vantage Point Group appoints business development director
Bradford, who joins Vantage Point from AYMTM, where he was also business development director, will be responsible for driving sales across all of Vantage Point’s business divisions, with an emphasis on sales incentives, communication and events, ski, hospitality and motivation arms.

Bradford’s CV has also seen him work at agencies including River Marketing and Corporate Innovations.

At Vantage Point, Bradford will report ito managing director John Denham, who said the appointment came at a very exciting time for the company in the midst of a number of new client wins.

Bradford said: "I am delighted to have joined such a dynamic and forward thinking agency at such an exciting time. I am confident that my personality, knowledge and experience will be utilized to their full potential as we look forward to a prosperous 2013 and beyond."

Denham added: "I am very pleased to welcome Paul to the Vantage Point Group, as he brings a vibrant personality, wealth of experience and knowledge of working in the events industry, gained over the last 15 years. His experience working across a number of diverse sectors such as IT, telecoms, automotive and consumer businesses is a perfect fit for the Vantage Point Group."

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