BI Worldwide appoints new technical event producer

BI Worldwide has appointed a new technical event producer to support the growth in demand for production services and conference content.

BI Worldwide appoints new technical event producer
BI Worldwide appoints new technical event producer

Oliver Moores has joined the company to take on the role, after spending 12 years at Hawthorn Theatrical. He has managed several production and video teams, specialising in video production.

Shaun Casey, director of operations at BI Worldwide EMEA, said: "We are delighted to have secured Oliver as part of our Production Team. His network of contacts and experience will add considerable value to our new service offering, placing us in a much better position to service our clients’ requirements for conference content and production management in house."

Commenting on his new position, Moores said: "This is a new and exciting opportunity and I am incredibly excited to join BI Worldwide in this expansion. I look forward to the challenging times ahead."

BI Worldwide’s event strategy is to focus on content, audience engagement and brand experience. With Oliver’s appointment, the company has taken a decisive step forward in implementing this strategy. 

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