Emc3 grows team with four new hires

Agency emc3 has expanded its London team with the appointment of four event assistants.

New joiners at emc3: (L-R) Emily Grey, Mariana Croft, Lindsay Wimms and Anna Ford
New joiners at emc3: (L-R) Emily Grey, Mariana Croft, Lindsay Wimms and Anna Ford

The new starters at emc3 include Emily Grey, Mariana Croft, Lindsay Wimms and Anna Ford.


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Croft has experience working as an event planner for a wedding planning company based in Lisbon, Portugal, organising private parties and luxury weddings all over the country. Wimms joins emc3 from IPR London, where she assisted with production for fashion show presentations, press days and corporate events. Ford has worked with several high-profile brands including British GQ and British Vogue. Prior to joining emc3, she spent time assisting the founder of Rodial Skincare, working in the head office coordinating events both globally and within the UK.

Grey has joined the team as part of emc3’s internship scheme, where a senior member of the emc3 team mentors a student for a 12 month period.

COO of emc3 Daniel Curtis said: "As a direct result of receiving such high demand globally for our services, we have taken on four new employees. This is a really exciting time for us as a business and all the new starters have made a brilliant impact since joining the team."

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