Fisher Productions makes two senior hires during 'best year ever'

Events agency Fisher Productions has appointed Abby Still and Paul Gosling to its team after reporting that 2015 is its 'best year ever'.

Abby Still has joined the agency as corporate account director
Abby Still has joined the agency as corporate account director

Abby Still has joined the agency as corporate account director, reporting into client services direct Philippa Bowers. Still joins from agency RPM, where she spent ten years as production director, primarily on the Sky account. Previously to this she freelanced for a number of event agencies including Sledge and Capitalize.

Still said: "I am delighted to be joining Fisher Productions and working with such a dedicated and passionate team of producers under the wing of Philippa Bowers. I am looking forward to expanding our offering, and continuing to deliver first-class events."

Paul Gosling has also joined the team in the role of client relationship manager, working under general manager for venues, Rebecca Harris. Gosling has previously worked on both the agency and the corporate side, having spent two years at JP Morgan as technical event director covering EMEA.

Gosling said: "I am very much looking forward to working with the Venue Team at Fisher and further developing the relationship between our clients and all aspects of Fisher Productions."

Graham Beswick, CEO of Fisher Productions, added: "The Fisher Board are thrilled to have two new talented recruits join the team. 2015 saw Fisher Productions celebrate 30 years in the events business and we had our best year ever. We are privileged to work with such a wide range of clients on stunning events and brand experiences and I have every confidence that with our talented teams of event professionals we will continue our extraordinary growth." 

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