Late Night London appoints new head of corporate sales

Novus Leisure's Late Night London has promoted Georgina Coleman to the position of head of corporate sales.

Late Night London appoints new head of corporate sales
Late Night London appoints new head of corporate sales

Coleman was previously national account manager of direct corporate sales and her appointment follows Novus Leisure’s continued expansion, which saw three new members of staff join Late Night London’s meetings and events team in May.

Speaking about her promotion, Coleman said: "I am extremely excited about this move within Novus; it is the natural step for me in terms of progression and I relish the challenges and opportunities that it will bring.

"The meetings and events team is a strong group with some real talent and I am privileged to be taking this position at the helm."

Sales director at Late Night London, Rupert McFarlane, added: ‘We had such a strong last year, despite pre-booked business still suffering broadly across the industry, and this is really the next step for us in terms of driving business as we expand the teams across the company."

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