ISES UK appoints Kelly Baker as president

Kelly Baker, sales and marketing director of Well Dressed Tables & Spaceworks, will replace Jane Hague as president of ISES UK Chapter on 1 July.

ISES UK to appoint Kelly Baker as president
ISES UK to appoint Kelly Baker as president

Peter Kerwood, marketing director at Concerto Group, will also join the International Special Events Society (ISES) UK Chapter as director of marketing and communications.

Baker has been a board member of ISES for the last five years and as president she will lead the largest board the association has seen, with a total of 18 members.

Jacqui Partridge, managing director of Partridge Events, will also take up the role of director of programmes.

On her new position, Baker said: "I am delighted to be taking over presidency of the UK Chapter at this time. Over the last few years, the association has repositioned itself as a leader in the creative industries and has become one of the most proactive, intelligent and forward-thinking associations in the UK events industry."

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