Logistik appoints staffing company Beautiful Minds

Logistik Group has appointed Beautiful Minds Promotions as its new staffing supplier.

Logistik appoints staffing supplier Beautiful Minds
Logistik appoints staffing supplier Beautiful Minds

Beautiful Minds Promotions will work with Logistik’s offices in London and Leeds to provide delegate management staff, award ceremony hostesses, promotional staff and brand ambassadors for client events across the UK.

Jordan Simpson, co-founder and account director, Beautiful Minds Promotions, said: "We’re delighted to be working with Logistik Group.

"At Beautiful Minds we hand pick staff for each assignment and with a vast range of staff on our books we are able to deliver for any event, whether a conference, exhibition, awards ceremony or experiential campaign."

Beautiful Minds has previously worked with a host of UK brands and agencies including Vision Express, Panasonic, Virgin Media and i2i Events Group.

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