Conference Care grows with five new appointments

Conference Care has appointed five new members of staff this month (March), taking its workforce to more than 50 across its two offices.

Conference Care grows with five new appointments
Conference Care grows with five new appointments

Following a successful 2014 and "robust growth" in volume and value of events so far in 2015, the venue finding and event management agency has recruited new events consultants Sophie Allen, Aimee Carnwath and Matthew Harris to expand its operations department. 

Krishan Pankhania has joined the sales team as business development executive to strengthen the new business division, while events consultant Joe Wigley has returned to his role following a sabbatical in Australia.

Conference Care is proud of its high staff retention rate: more than 20% of its employees remain with company after ten years. 

Director Andrew Deakin said: "These are exciting times for Conference Care. We have won two Industry awards in the last six months, recognising our commitment to outstanding customer service.

"The appointment of new staff brings further expertise and experience into the mix. I am delighted to welcome them to the team."

More Conference Care news:

Conference Care posts 63% profit increase

The Wage Debate: It's still an employer's market, says Conference Care

Conference Care among winners at HBAA Awards

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