Inntel strengthens team with new MICE account manager

Meetings and travel management provider Inntel has appointed Johanna Summers as MICE account manager.

Johanna Summers joins Inntel
Johanna Summers joins Inntel

Bringing more than 20 years’ experience to the role, she has worked with a range of corporate organisations including Lloyds Banking Group and American Express.

Jane Dibble, director of business development said the hire was in line with the company’s ‘significant growth’. 

"Inntel has secured some impressive new clients in recent months and Johanna’s passion and knowledge will be a real asset in helping our clients manage their meetings and event business effectively." 

Summers added: "I am a very focused person and I am relishing the opportunity that Inntel has presented.  I am looking forward to getting my hands dirty on the event floor as well as offering in-depth strategic input to our clients."

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