Powwow Events grows team with senior event manager

Powwow Events has expanded its team with a new senior event manager.

Amy Wilson joins Powwow Events
Amy Wilson joins Powwow Events

Amy Wilson has joined the agency after spending eight years working in Sydney, Australia. She has worked internationally with major corporate brands, running events in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.


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Meanwhile Natalie Quance has been promoted to event director. After joining Powwow as a placement student from Leeds Metropolitan University, she has worked her way up to the position over a six-year period. Her previous corporate projects include Facebook, Aimia and Tata Communications.

Amy Braham and Francesca Gorvin have also been promoted, to event manager and event coordinator respectively.

"At Powwow we are committed to nurturing our young talent and to ensure that we get the recruitment process right to help build a happy successful team and to retain the very best," said Amanda Edgcumbe, founder and director of Powwow Events.

"Amy Wilson has been a fantastic new addition, bringing depth of knowledge, professionalism and a great sense of humour, which is essential in this industry. We’ve had an exceptionally busy summer and as business continues to flourish we look forward to launching new website this autumn." 

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