Green Light Events appoints director of production

Agency Green Light Events has hired Niall Varley as director of production.

Green Light Events has hired Niall Varley in the role of director of production
Green Light Events has hired Niall Varley in the role of director of production

Varley joins the Green Light team from Web Summit where he headed up the Commercial Partnership Success team. He brings almost 20 years of experience in international events to the role, having worked on US presidential campaigns, stadium rock tours, global television events and some of the world’s largest conferences. 

Roisin Callaghan, co-founder of Green Light Events, said: "We are thrilled to welcome Niall to the team and his wealth of experience will be a huge advantage to us going forward.

"Last year was a significant growth year for Green Light Events; we took on an additional 15 staff and won four awards for our work. With 2016 marking our tenth year in operation, we cannot wait to see how the year unfolds."

Varley added: "I am delighted to join such an exciting and innovative company. Green Light Events is certainly one of the most dynamic events teams in the industry and produces amazing events. They have a fantastic client base and together I hope we can continue to expand and flourish within the industry."

Green Light Events was founded in 2006 by partners Roisin Callaghan and Jane Gallagher and currently works with clients including Google, UBER, Twitter, and Slack.

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