ISES UK appoints two new board members

The International Special Events Society (ISES) UK Chapter has appointed two new board members, Terence Corness and Robert Dunsmore.

ISES UK appoints two new board members
ISES UK appoints two new board members

Terence Corness, Metro Broadcast's business development manager, joins the board as director of education and will oversee all educational activity for the development of the chapter. Corness will also be responsible for the content at ISES Talks networking events and ISES Power Hours.

Robert Dunsmore, former creative director of the Freeman Company, will take up the position of creative consultant and will continue his work with the association, developing a partnership with the Creative Sector Services (CSS) initiative.

ISES UK president, Jane Hague, said: "Terence and Robert have been great supporters of ISES and as creative thinkers the association will be much stronger with them on board."

Last month, ISES appointed George P. Johnson vice-president, Kevin Jackson, to chair a new committee aimed at creating stronger ties between its international chapters.

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