Corporate Events strengthens team with four new hires

Swindon-based integrated events agency Corporate Events has announced four new appointments on the back of a 25% surge in group turnover to nearly £4m.

Ashley: "We've had another strong year of growth in 2013"
Ashley: "We've had another strong year of growth in 2013"

The four new recruits include account director Gina Bolger and event manager Jess Gaze, as well as Laura Gorman and Alice Chamberlain who have joined in junior executive and support roles.

Bolger joins Corporate Events from experiential marketing agency HotCow where she gained "considerable experience creating and managing experiential events for alcohol and FMCG brands", while Gaze was previously with Venues Event Management, where her clients included BP, Virgin Media and Mercedes.

Andy Ashley, founder and managing director of Corporate Events, said: "We've had another strong year of growth in 2013, which is all thanks to a team of great people delivering a great service with great value.

"I'm delighted to welcome Gina, Jess, Laura and Alice to Corporate Events and I'm sure they'll each play their part in going the extra mile for our clients."

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