London City Selection announces new board

Venue collective London City Selection (LCS) has announced the appointment of a new board.

London City Selection appoints new board
London City Selection appoints new board

New members of the board include Lenka Myroniukova from the Baltic Exchange, who will take on the role of marketing chair and Mo Issa from The Mermaid who will manage the collective’s annual fam weekend and the upcoming Big City Site Visit.


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Other members from Holiday Inn Kings Cross, One Moorgate Place, 47-58 Bastwick Street and LSO St Luke’s will offer support during both events.

Oliver Hargreaves, head of sales at the Barbican Centre, will remain in the position of chair while Ed Bolling of Ironmongers’ Hall, Rowan Bennett of The HAC, Paul Martins of America Square and Gabby Hine of the Barbican will also stay on the board.

Hargreaves said: "Over the past few years it has been encouraging to see the collective grow from strength to strength. Last year was a particularly productive year with some really tangible results for members and I look forward to working with new board members to see what exciting and new ideas they will bring to the table."

The new board will be devising LCS’s strategy for the year during its upcoming board away day.

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