Crown expands team with two senior hires

Jasper Pearson has joined Crown as one of two new hires, as part of the agency's plans to expand into the pharmaceutical sector.

Paul Banham joins Crown
Paul Banham joins Crown

Pearson, who joins as senior project director, has more than ten years of event management experience, having worked across a wide range of industries including financial, automotive, entertainment and pharmaceutical. He has held roles at several agencies, including TFI Group, Booke & Yas Management, Live Nation, TopTour and the Tokyu Agency.

Meanwhile Paul Banham, a former head of business development, has also rejoined the agency to lead business development. He previously worked at Grass Roots and has expanded his experience into areas including the application of event technologies. 

Simon Hambley, director of live at Crown, said: "We’re pleased to welcome Jasper on board. His knowledge and expertise will complement a new offering within the pharmaceutical market, especially as our portfolio of clients continues to grow. Strengthening our team with exceptional talent is key to our growth. I’m also delighted that Paul is re-joining us. He has an in-depth knowledge of the sector and a mature approach to winning new clients. It is a competitive environment and we are working hard with lots of new developments on the horizon." He added the agency aims to offer a high quality of client service and class-leading expertise.

"These two roles are part of our aim to remain at the top of the pile in terms of the end result we deliver to our clients."

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