ATPI Group bolsters UK business with three new appointees

Two new team members and one promotion have bolstered ATP Event Experts, part of the ATPI Group, ahead of the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.

Anitra Elliott joins ATP Event Experts as operations manager for the UK
Anitra Elliott joins ATP Event Experts as operations manager for the UK

Anitra Elliott joins ATP Event Experts as operations manager for the UK. Joining her in the group’s Manchester office is Rachel Robinson Boggas, who has been appointed as event manager for UK operations, while Monica Steri has been promoted to account manager from her current role as assistant manager.

Neil Pace will retain his existing role as head of UK operations and heads up the Glasgow 2014 team, where ATP Event Experts was recently appointed as the Games Travel Office (GTO) provider for the 2014 Commonwealth Games.

As well as organising incentives, launch events and conferences for ATP Event Experts international client base the three will serve as additional support for the Glasgow 2014 team, who will be managing and selling a range of spectator packages, offering tickets, accommodation and travel.

Reporting to Pace, all three are charged with retaining high levels of client satisfaction, enhancing on all delivery and operational procedures and driving new business forward.

Pace said: "In a 12-month period, which has seen our business deliver an exceptional number of corporate and hospitality events including last summer’s Olympic Games, the appointment of Anitra, Rachel and Monica will not only help us to maintain a key presence within the events sector, but will also allow our team to grow. 

"We are thrilled to have secured the services of a trio of top level event creatives and managers, and their presence will be a significant boost to our existing teams in London, Manchester and in our new satellite office up in Glasgow at Commonwealth House HQ."

C&IT recently reported that the events industry's appetite for Glasgow's Commonwealth Games in 2014 is mixed

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