Agency 2Heads expands team by four

Events agency 2Heads has added four new hires to its client-facing and operational teams as part of its ongoing recruitment drive.

2Heads expands team
2Heads expands team

The agency has appointed Lauren Walder as senior account manager, Tom Stevens as senior project manager, Tom Farrands as project manager and Justin Atherley as creative artworker.

The new appointments follow the hire of Jane Baker as commercial director and Olivier Vallee as managing director earlier this year, and reflect the company’s plans for rapid and strategic growth. 

Walder joins 2Heads from creative agency BergHinf Joseph. She will be responsible for relationships with a number of key media and technology clients, including Qualcomm and BBC Worldwide.

Stevens joins from 4D Design & Display, where he delivered exhibition and live event projects throughout Europe, the Middle East and the USA. He will oversee a number of large-scale international trade show projects scheduled for the coming months.

Farrands joined earlier this month from D4 Projekt and has already been a key player in 2Heads’ onsite teams for global entertainment content market MIPCOM and aviation show MRO Europe. Atherley brings 15 years’ design and brand implementation experience to 2Heads, where he will work across a range of client projects.

Managing director Olivier Vallee said: "As we deliver increasingly large-scale experiential projects and global trade show programmes there’s a continual need to strengthen our talent pool with international experience - people who can get under the skin of our clients to understand and address their brand challenges in multiple regions." 

More:

Jane Baker leaves FreemanXP for 2Heads

Former GPJ boss Olivier Vallee joins 2Heads as MD

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