Late Night London strengthens meetings and events team

Late Night London has appointed three new members of staff to its meetings and events team in a bid to strengthen its corporate events business.

Late Night London strengthens meetings and events team
Late Night London strengthens meetings and events team

Andrea Papali joins Late Night London with more than three years of experience in the corporate events industry.

Abbie Parker joins the company as senior sales and events executive having previously worked with the Novus Leisure Group’s Balls Brothers portfolio of venues.

Tanya Denis, who has worked with Late Night London for more than four years, has been promoted to the meetings and events team having previously worked across multiple City and West End venues.

Head of Late Night London meetings and events team, Emma Howe, said: "We are so excited to have new blood in the team as we grow and develop as a unit.

"Last year was an exceptionally busy year for us and this year is shaping up to be even more so, having dedicated, talented individuals who are excited to learn and achieve with the team as a whole is essential."

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