Manchester's Victoria Warehouse bolsters corporate sales team

Manchester venue Victoria Warehouse has strengthened its corporate sales team with two new appointments, including former Team Spirit venues executive Ellie McNulty.

Ellie McNulty joined Victoria Warehouse from Team Spirit
Ellie McNulty joined Victoria Warehouse from Team Spirit

McNulty’s role will be to look after the venue’s latest event space, The Bays, which launched at Victoria Warehouse earlier this month as part of wider expansion plans that will take place throughout 2016.

McNulty said: "The story behind the venue is amazing and it’s great to work somewhere with such an important history to it. I can’t wait to get started and bring some big business to Manchester."

Victoria Warehouse has also appointed Amy Taylor from The Manchester Conference Centre to oversee all of the venue’s main event spaces.

James Cohen, owner of Victoria Warehouse, added: "We are thrilled to welcome Amy and Ellie to the Victoria Warehouse team. We have an exciting few years ahead of us with the launch of the new event spaces and we are confident 2015 will end as a year of transformation and achievement for Victoria Warehouse."

The venue will undergo a series of developments over the next few years, which will include a new basement event space and an extension to its on-site hotel to increase its room capacity to 400 by 2017.

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