Green & Pleasant Events hires new account director from emc3

Agency Green & Pleasant Events has grown its team with the appointment of a new account director.

Green & Pleasant hires Loli Wood from emc3
Green & Pleasant hires Loli Wood from emc3

Loli Wood has joined from emc3, where she held the role of event manager. She brings more than ten years of experience and has worked with a wide range of clients including Disney, L’Oreal and Novartis.


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She has also managed the logistics and production for LinkedIn's flagship EMEA event Talent Connect. Wood’s move to Green & Pleasant will see her take on responsibility for managing existing clients and develop a growth strategy for the agency.

"I am incredibly excited about where this agency can go in the next five years," said Wood. "Green & Pleasant’s work is of astoundingly high quality and I intend to maintain this level of quality whilst introducing new clients to our skill set."

Frances Green, the agency’s managing director, added: "I’m thrilled that Loli is joining our growing team. She has experience with some great brands, which will help us to enhance our client offering in a demanding market. She also brings the drive, energy and ambition to be instrumental in the future success of Green & Pleasant."

Green, who was previously director of events at Paragon, launched the agency in 2014, focusing on reward and motivation events for the corporate sector.

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