BCD Meetings & Events expands team with two new hires

Agency BCD Meetings & Events has expanded its team with two new hires in the Maidenhead office.

BCD Meetings & Events' Fiona Moran
BCD Meetings & Events' Fiona Moran

Jo Loft has joined as account director, bringing 12 years of experience to the role, including stints at CWT Meetings & Events and Zibrant. Reporting to the senior director of events, she will be responsible for the management of several large clients.

Meanwhile, Fiona Moran has been hired as a senior project manager. She has more than 20 years of experience in the events industry, which includes roles in business development, project management, operations and proposal writing. 

Anthony Coyle-Dowling, BCD's senior director of events, EMEA, said the hires would add tremendous value, as the events business continues to grow. "Jo and Fiona are both very experienced professionals in the meetings and events industry and we are extremely happy to have them join us during this exciting time of growth. BCD Meetings & Events is focused on creating, planning and operating events that exceed our customers’ expectations and we hire the best talent to ensure that continues to happen."

More:

BCD Meetings & Events hires EMEA managing director

BCD combines services to create BCD Meetings & Events

Zibrant's Coyle Dowling joins BCD Meetings & Events

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