CBA Events takes on new director after acquiring teambuilding company

Agency CBA Events has appointed a new event director after purchasing The Active Events Company.

Sara Young and Tim Green, CBA Events
Sara Young and Tim Green, CBA Events

Cumbria-based agency CBA Events has appointed Tim Green, former director of Fluid Productions, as its new event director and production manager with an aim to increasing its service portfolio.

Green’s appointment comes after CBA merged with teambuilding agency The Active Events Company earlier this year. Due to the acquisition CBA is now moving to a larger office in Keswick, and is looking to expand its team.


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Sara Young, director of CBA Events, said: "Purchasing The Active Events Company to increase our service portfolio and taking on Tim Green means that we can branch out into new areas of the events industry. We are looking forward to setting up our new base in a more central location in Keswick."

Green added: "Having started Fluid Productions from my spare room over 12 years ago, it was a big decision to sell my share this year and embark on the new venture. At CBA Events, we’re proud of our loyal client base in Cumbria, throughout the UK and overseas, but our roots are here in Keswick and although we travel frequently around the country, we wouldn’t move from our home county."

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