Cievents Australia expands senior team

Agency cievents has expanded its Australian office, with a new head of creative services and director of events.

Aaron Langer of cievents
Aaron Langer of cievents

Aaron Langer has been appointed as head of creative services, while Kim Gerard has been promoted to director of events in the Australian market.

The two experts have been appointed to help the agency move alongside corporate event industry trends and innovations, offering solutions to benefit its global client base.

Langer’s creative career began in Los Angeles, where he produced original television programmes for Paramount, Disney, DreamWorks, CBS Studios, VH1 and the SyFy channel, among others. He has worked on a wide range of campaigns for clients including Visa, P&G, Toyota, Chanel, MasterCard and Target.

Gerard has been working with cievents for the past five years, and was promoted to the position of business leader in production in 2013.

General manager of cievents in Australia who was appointed earlier this year, Fiona Batten, said: "Kim's brings to the role a proven track record in business improvement together with a solid financial and commercial understanding. Meanwhile Aaron has led multi-disciplinary design teams to produce some of the most spectacular and award-winning interactive and immersive environments."

More:

cievents Australia appoints Fiona Batten 

Cievents opens Toronto office

Cievents appoints senior producer from Sledge

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