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.


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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." 

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