Pure Events expands team

Pure Events has expanded its team with two new recruits, including an event manager from Capita Travel and Events.

Genine Norman joins Pure Events
Genine Norman joins Pure Events

Genine Norman, who has a degree in Event Management from Birmingham University and more than five years’ experience in the industry at Capita Travel and Events, has coordinated and executed a wide range of global events for high-profile brands.

Pure has also welcomed Hannah Evans to the agency as events assistant. Previously working at Bluehat Group, she has also liaised with a number of leading corporate clients.

Charlotte Wilson, managing director of Pure, said she was delighted to have two new additions to the team. "Genine’s expertise, vibrant approach and industry insights are a fantastic addition to Pure during this period of development. We’re also pleased to welcome Hannah to the team, as we were really impressed by her enthusiastic persona and creativity shown throughout our hiring process."

She added: "As Pure continues to grow in 2016, hiring bright talent will continue to be a goal of our organisation and we’re thrilled to begin the New Year so strongly with these two new team members."

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