Concerto Live Scotland forecasts growth as it expands team

Concerto Live Scotland forecasts 24% growth in turnover in 2014, as it announces the appointment of three new recruits.

The Aberdeenshire-based live event and brand communication agency has hired Katrina Dunbar as head of client services and Andrew Page as head of business operations. Carla Sked also joins the company as account executive.

Nenah Favelle, Concerto Live Scotland managing director, said: "Having launched in early 2012, Concerto Live Scotland has quickly built up a reputation of excellence in the energy and healthcare sectors.

"We have worked hard to achieve significant year-on-year growth, gaining a 7% increase in turnover in our second year, and we are on track for 24% growth in year three.

"With this continued growth comes the opportunity to fulfil a wider range of services for our clients, and so we are delighted to welcome Andrew and Katrina to the team – bringing individual strengths and resulting synergies to the company."

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