Late Night London restructures events team

Novus Leisure's Late Night London corporate sales team has undergone a major staff shakeup.

Ben Paris has joined Late Night London's head office in the restructure
Ben Paris has joined Late Night London's head office in the restructure

Late Night London has brought in sales staff from the wider Novus Leisure family. Karen Yates, formerly Sales Manager at Tiger Tiger Leeds, has become national account manager on the direct corporate side.

This follows the promotion of Georgina Coleman to head of corporate after her predecessor Emma Howe moved to head of sales West End in July. 

Hannah Pierce, who has worked in the sales division at Core, Babble Mayfair and Sway, has taken on the role of national account manager for corporate hospitiality and events.

The third addition to the team is Ben Paris, who steps in as an account manager on the direct corporate side under Yates. He previously worked at Jewel Piccadilly.

Coleman said: "We are so excited to have new blood in the team as we grow and develop as a unit. Each of the new team members is demonstrative of the time that Novus puts into the progression and development of its employees. There are a unique range of opportunities available within the company to those who are willing to invest their time and grow within."

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