CWT Meetings & Events takes on nine new hires

CWT Meetings & Events has added nine new members to its UK office to bolster its live events, group travel and technology teams.

Jack Marfleet has joined CWT’s live events team as head of events
Jack Marfleet has joined CWT’s live events team as head of events

Jack Marfleet has joined CWT’s live events team as head of events. He was previously head of delivery for The Live Group and has more than ten years of events experience.

Stephen Lusher has joined CWT as operations manager of SMM (strategic meetings management), and will be dedicated to a single pharmaceutical client.

Lukasz Widlak has joined CWT as business analytics and technology manager. His appointment reflects the investment that CWT Meetings & Events is making in its technology platforms. Lukasz joins from CWT M&E’s EMEA team, and will work as part of a global team to support clients with better reporting and analytical solutions.

CWT Meetings & Events’ group travel team has taken on six new starters, including Alison Morgans and Alicia Nasskau, who have joined as dedicated project executives to manage large group travel of up to 4,000 delegates with online registration.

The group travel team at CWT has grown by 50 per cent in the past six months, following a rise in demand from customers.  

Ian Cummings, regional director Northern/Eastern Europe at CWT Meetings & Events, said: "Investment in our people and organisation has remained a key priority for us over the last few years. This won’t change any time soon as we continue to build an exceptional team of industry talent to support our growth plans. We have found the right balance to promote from within, as well as bringing in the new skills of industry experts."

More:

New pharma regulations key for agencies, says CWT

CWT Meetings & Events reports 12% global growth

CWT announces changes to senior team

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