Victoria Warehouse expands team after 65% rise in corporate events

Manchester's Victoria Warehouse has taken on two new hires after its 'most successful year to date', with a 65% rise in corporate bookings.

Russ Dennison has joined the venue as music, sport and entertainment sales manager
Russ Dennison has joined the venue as music, sport and entertainment sales manager

Russ Dennison has joined the venue as music, sport and entertainment sales manager and will be responsible for developing relationships with clients including the World Pool Masters, The Whisky Sessions and Cup North, as well as building the profile of the venue and diversifying the type of events held there. 

Amy Toal has also joined Victoria Warehouse as PR and marketing manager. Toal previously worked at Emirates Old Trafford where she led on the venue and events marketing, managing campaigns for conferences, exhibitions and Christmas parties. 

Kayleigh Brindle, director of sales at Victoria Warehouse, said: "We are delighted to welcome Russ and Amy to the team as we celebrate our most successful year for corporate event bookings. The 65% increase in corporate bookings has led to the events team growing from one to six members this year and we have plans to increase this further in 2016 as the expansion project at the venue continues."

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