Micebook hires client services director

Online directory micebook has appointed Charlotte Weston as client services director.

Charlotte Weston joins micebook
Charlotte Weston joins micebook

Weston has recently returned to the UK, having worked overseas for the past nine years in Australia, Singapore and New Zealand. She has previously held sales and marketing roles for Pacific World, Accor Hotels, Hong Kong Tourism Board and Crown Melbourne and set up EWD, a global meetings and events consultancy business.


Paul Evans joins micebook

60 Seconds With... MICEBOOK CEO Chetan Shah


A preview of the new micebook will be launched to the supplier community on Tuesday 9 August at the Andaz London. The site has been extensively redeveloped following months of industry consultations with buyers and suppliers. Primarily aimed as a time saving, inspirational hub to support the RFQ process, micebook 2.0 globally will be the go-to site for professional 21st century event planners.

Founder Chetan Shah, said: "Charlotte offers great credentials and has experience across several of our key sectors, meaning that she understands the challenges present and the opportunities available, both industry-wide and globally, to make micebook a success for all parties".

Weston added: "I am very excited about joining the micebook team and the plans ahead. The market is crying out for micebook at this second stage of its development and the strong level of interest and support indicates we have a much needed online solution to support and inspire planners. I see it as a tool to bridge a gap between buyers and suppliers in a dynamic, online community with everyone’s interests at the heart of it." 

More:

Chetan Shah launches MICEBOOK

EMA announces partnership with MICEBOOK

• For more breaking news and in-depth features, sign up to C&IT Magazine's daily Newstracker here

Have you registered with us yet?

Register now to enjoy more articles
and free email bulletins.

Register now
Already registered?
Sign in
World Petroleum Congress set for Calgary in 2023

World Petroleum Congress set for Calgary in 2023

The World Petroleum Council of Canada and Meetings Conventions Calgary (MCC) announces Calgary as host city for its 24th Congress.

'Giving young talent a chance to be hands-on with an event is so important'

'Giving young talent a chance to be hands-on with an event is so important'

A-List 2019: Sammi Wratten, event manager at TAG.

Red Bull Racing launches MK-7 event space

Red Bull Racing launches MK-7 event space

New venue in Milton Keynes has a central auditorium, boardroom and mezzanine area, with capacity for 450 people.

Case study: Think Tank at TEDxSydney 2019

Case study: Think Tank at TEDxSydney 2019

INVNT designed and produced the main event as well as designing its own Think Tank space.

2 days left for entries to C&IT Awards

2 days left for entries to C&IT Awards

The deadline to enter the C&IT Awards is 11.59pm on Thursday 27 June, so get your submissions in!

'You can only plan 95% of an event, there's 5% you can never predict'

'You can only plan 95% of an event, there's 5% you can never predict'

A-List 2019: Abigail White, event manager, OrangeDoor.

Conference and meeting spend in UK increases by £1.9 billion

Conference and meeting spend in UK increases by £1.9 billion

Research commissioned by Visit Britain finds MICE sector in good health, with the number of meetings at venues also rising.

4 pitching tips agencies need to know

4 pitching tips agencies need to know

The pitch can be your one chance to prove your credentials so certain elements are essential, says creative director of Timebased.

'If agencies paid more attention to training they would have a higher retention rate'

'If agencies paid more attention to training they would have a higher retention rate'

A-List 2019: Sam Ward, lead projects & event manager, Brandfuel.

In pictures: The first ever C&IT Summit

In pictures: The first ever C&IT Summit

London's Congress Centre hosted an industry gathering featuring panel debates, networking and virtual reality.

LATEST JOBS