Exclusive: Jane Baker joins FreemanXP

Jane Baker has left CWT Meetings & Events to join FreemanXP as vice president of client services.

CWT's Jane Baker has joined Freeman XP
CWT's Jane Baker has joined Freeman XP

Baker has joined London-based experiential marketing agency FreemanXP, headed up by Kim Myhre, who was managing director of George P Johnson for nine years until September 2012

Baker joined CWT Meetings & Events in August 2011 as business development director from George P. Johnson. She moved into the role of commerical director at CWT in July 2013.

Commenting on her move, Baker told C&IT: "I enjoyed three fantastic years at CWT Meetings & Events and I'm hugely proud of my achievements there. In setting up the commercial and live events teams in the UK, I have delivered on the original growth plan and I leave behind a talented team and a business in great shape.

She continued: "I am thrilled to be joining FreemanXP as we launch our agency internationally. Establishing the FreemanXP brand in new markets is an exciting new challenge and brand experience is something I am hugely passionate about. We have already secured our first wins from the London office and I look forward to building on that early success."

Ian Cummings, managing director of CWT Meetings & Events UK & Ireland, added: "Jane Baker has moved on from the company to an exciting new opportunity in her career. CWT Meetings & Events is actively recruiting for the role to continue the change and impressive growth that the UK & Ireland organisation has experienced so far as part of our robust strategy to develop and grow with our clients. We’ll communicate further once this appointment has been made."

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