Events agency Right Angle boosts team with three new hires

Norwich-based events company Right Angle has expanded its team with three new appointments, including a business development director.

Vicky O'Leary
Vicky O'Leary

Right Angle, which was awarded eambuilding Experience of the Year at the C&IT Awards 2015, has hired Vicky O’Leary as a business development manager. As well as managing client accounts, she will be working closely with venues. O’Leary previously worked for publishing company Archant.

Meanwhile, Alan Southgate, a former account director at MotivAction, has been appointed to focus on increasing customer relations and expanding Right Angle’s client base. Tess Ashwin has been made account manager, focussing on corporate Christmas events.

Right Angle director Steve Gaskin said: "Since launching in 2007, the company has gone from strength to strength. The three new members of the team will help us to flourish and continue to grow. We also have a really exciting new project launching in January."

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