Twickenham Experience expands events team

Twickenham Experience has strengthened its events team with three new hires and a promotion as event numbers grow by 20%.

Rosie Hill, Louise Evans, Lucinda Seetohul and Anthony Boothroyd
Rosie Hill, Louise Evans, Lucinda Seetohul and Anthony Boothroyd

Louise Evans has joined the company in the role of business development manager, where she will focus on driving new business for the venue. Evans previously worked as business development manager for The Belfry Resort & Spa. 

Rosie Hill has joined Twickenham Experience as conference and events coordinator. Hill previously worked for James Haskell Health & Fitness, and in her new role will be responsible for supporting the daily running of the event operations team.

Lucinda Seetohul has joined the company as event co-ordinations manager and will concentrate on supporting non-match day event operations.

Twickenham Experience’s Anthony Boothroyd has been promoted to event and customer service manager from his previous role as back of house supervisor.

Rob Brumell, conference and events operations manager, said: "We’re delighted to welcome some great new additions to the team. We’ve had an amazingly successful year in 2015 so far, with event numbers up by 20%, and we’re anticipating a very busy year ahead as we make the most of the tournament’s legacy."

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