Banks Sadler appoints new global sales director

Agency Banks Sadler has appointed Caron Livens from American Express Business Travel as global sales director.

Caron Livens joins Banks Sadler
Caron Livens joins Banks Sadler

Bringing 27 years’ experience to the role, the former director of client management for AMEX business travel has been responsible for global clients in the industrial and manufacturing sectors.

Livens’ new role will be focused on the development and delivery of Banks Sadler’s sales strategy across the globe, helping to build the agency’s growing network of international offices and clients.

Leigh Jagger, CEO of Banks Sadler said: "We are really excited to have Caron onboard. Caron not only brings with her a wealth of account development experience across a global client base, but also a hunger and passion to build the Banks Sadler brand in new clients and markets. Caron is a brilliant addition to the senior management team and is already fitting straight in."

Livens added that she was delighted to be joining Banks Sadler. "It’s very exciting to experience for myself the entrepreneurial culture, the broad in house capabilities and vast experience that enable us to deliver creative solutions, and to form trusted long-standing partnerships with both our customers and suppliers." 

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