Reed & Mackay hires director of events and group travel

Lesley Tyler, formerly of Capita Travel and Events, has joined agency Reed & Mackay as director of events and group travel.

Lesley Tyler, Reed & Mackay
Lesley Tyler, Reed & Mackay

At Reed & Mackay, Tyler will be responsible for the growth and development of the events and group travel department, playing a key role in leading and evolving the operations of the team.


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Tyler has more than 25 years of experience within the events industry, having joined Reed & Mackay from Capita Travel and Events, where she was head of operations. In the past she has also worked with agencies including THG and Sportsworld. 

Tracy Baumfield, founder and executive director at Reed & Mackay, said: "Over the past year we have experienced a great deal of change, driven predominantly by the increasing demands and expectations of a globally expanding client base. To support this transition and to support our clients within the events arena, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Lesley Tyler. Lesley brings invaluable know-how and events experience to Reed & Mackay, her knowledge and industry experience will no doubt prove to be a great asset to the company."

Tyler added: "I am delighted to join Reed & Mackay at such an exciting time and to work for an established, experienced and highly regarded business. I am looking forward to working with the teams to build on and enhance an already fantastic group travel and events solution."

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