Meet the A List 2015

See the full list of the 35 rising event agency stars who made it into C&IT's A List 2015, and check out photos from our exclusive photo shoot at The Savoy, London.

The A List photo shoot took place at The Savoy, London
The A List photo shoot took place at The Savoy, London

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C&IT unveiled its A List 2015 at The Savoy, London last month (27 April), following a photoshoot at the luxury hotel in March. 

Check out photos from the shoot and meet the full A List below - click on each person's name to read their profile.

C&IT's annual A List celebrates 35 of the top event agency professionals aged 35 and under from some of the UK's top agencies.

Alex Beaken, Capita Travel and Events

Alex Murphy, Cascade Productions

Alex Pearce, Banks Sadler

Anaïs Bellemans, Imagination

Ashleigh Rimmer, CI Events           

Chantel Courtney, Worldspan Group

Charlotte Underwood, Jack Morton Worldwide

Claire Coulson-Joy, Ashfield Meetings & Events

Claire Lamsdale, In 2 Events

Hollie Parsons, The Black Tomato Agency

Jade Ball, Top Banana

Jake Burnham, Team Spirit

Jennie Bryant, CWT Meetings & Events           

Joanna Stachowicz, Pure Events

Jonathan Hamilton, Smyle

Josh Willmott, Lodestar

Katy Miller, MCI UK

Kayli Gore, The Turner Agency

Lauren Troughton, Chillisauce

Lia Camilleri, First Protocol

Lizzie Barnett, Ex Events

Louise Gruchy, Bluehat Group

Louise Thody, BI Worldwide    

Lucy Harlow, TBT

Olivia Hughes, Grass Roots

Oscar Rogers, Sledge

Pru Bamberger, AddingValue

Rory O’Donovan, WRG

Rosa Chapman, RPM

Ryan Curtis, drp        

Sheridan Roberts, Wildgoose Events

Stacie Jackson, Vista

Tilly Hallett, AOK Events

Toni Griggs, George P Johnson

Zoe Utton, EMU Events

More:

C&IT unveils A List 2015

ctures: C&IT A List 2015 - part one

In Pictures: C&IT A List 2015 - part two

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