Agency Rapiergroup expands senior team by three

Events agency Rapiergroup has recruited a new marketing director and two senior project managers, as part of its wider expansion plan.

Rapiergroup's Cal Graham
Rapiergroup's Cal Graham

Cal Graham has joined the company as marketing director, to continue strengthening the brand’s reputation as a strategic creative partner in the events and exhibition sectors. Bringing more than 20 years’ experience to the role, Graham previously worked in creative agencies, including Iris and BD Network, as well as liaising directly with clients to develop their marketing plans. Meanwhile, Phil Armstrong and Jeremy Peeters have joined as senior project managers.

Armstrong comes from Just Communicate, where he focused on bespoke exhibitions with in-house video, print and design for nine years. Peeters has worked across a wide range of events during his 17-year career, most recently as installation director for HQ Creative.

Helen Seaman, group managing director at Rapiergroup, said the agency had spent the past 12 months redefining the Rapiergroup brand, investing and ensuring the right resources were in place to deliver its promise to ‘get people talking’. "With Cal on board, we are now able to focus on communicating externally the full range of services that we offer."

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