The O2 expands team after rise in bookings at Building Six

The O2 has hired a new event sales coordinator following an increase in corporate bookings at its standalone super club Building Six over the past year.

Freya Gosling, The O2
Freya Gosling, The O2

Gosling will be responsible for responding to all incoming sales enquiries for Building Six, as well as The O2 arena, American Express Invites Lounge, Green Room, The Piazza and The Quadrant. Alongside this, she will manage and develop existing accounts within the client base.

She joins The O2 from the British Association of Urological Surgeons where she was events assistant, working on events including the World Congress of Endourology at Excel London for 2,000 delegates.

The O2’s business development manager Becci Thomson said: "We are thrilled to welcome Freya to the team as we continue to spread the word among the corporate sector about The O2’s capabilities for hosting all kinds of conferences and events. Freya’s background working on large events will be a huge asset to the team as we look ahead to a busy year of corporate events in 2016."

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