Vivid Event Group expands team

Vivid Event Group has appointed Emily Collins as event executive, to support the agency's operations manager.

Vivid Event group is expanding its team
Vivid Event group is expanding its team

Collins, who previously worked as a marketing manager at Brighton-based venue, Coalition, will be responsible for operational support across all client events from initial co-ordination through to event delivery.

Keziah Thomas has also joined the team on a one-year internship, as part of her BA undergraduate degree in Events Management. This marks the fourth year running that the Brighton events agency has recruited students from Bournemouth University’s degree prgrammes.

Company Director Rachel Hepburn said the placement offers benefits to the agency as well as the students. "It is a really wonderful opportunity to welcome two new members to the team who bring a variety of experience and skills into the mix."

Vivid Event Group has grown by 421% in turnover over the last four years with delegate attendance up by 349%. 

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