Green Light Events bolsters team with six new appointments

Green Light Events has expanded its project management team in Dublin, following rapid growth.

The team at Green Light Events
The team at Green Light Events

The new hires include senior project manager Louise Kennedy and four project managers; Fiachra Doyle, Lorena Barreto, Maxime Besutti, and Millie Alonso. Meanwhile Sonja Jovetic has joined the design team as senior graphic designer.


Case study: Google takes 200 delegates to Dublin with Green Light Events

Green Light Events appoints director of production 


The company, which is now in its tenth year of operation, has grown by 200% in the last 18 months, and now has more than 30 permanent staff members. Led by co-founders Roisin Callaghan and Jane Gallagher, Green Light Events specialises in working with global tech brands.

"The personal relationships we’ve built with our clients over the last ten years are an important part of what Green Light represents," said Gallagher. "When the time came to expand the team we wanted to work with people who understood the Green Light ethos."

"We’ve cultivated a team of dedicated event professionals who work together to bring award-winning results to our clients," added Callaghan. "The rapid growth of Green Light is a testament to the team we’ve brought together. It’s a source of great pride to Jane and myself after ten years of Green Light."

More:

The Appointment Group expands London and Manchester teams 

Production Bureau hires financial controller from TRO

• For more case studies, as well as in-depth features and breaking news, 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
FIRST appoints regional director for APAC

FIRST appoints regional director for APAC

Senior corporate events executive Tamsyn Barker has been promoted to oversee operations in Asia-Pacific.

It's time to banish the buzzwords

It's time to banish the buzzwords

Audience's Jeff Bateman tells us why he is on a mission to ditch the jargon from meetings and events.

Championing mental health in the workplace

Championing mental health in the workplace

Check out these examples of companies successfully opening up the discussion around mental health.

Whether you want to visit the newly opened Louvre Abu Dhabi or explore the traditional souks, the cultural capital of the UAE is fast becoming the place to be with all year round events and activities making it the perfect place for MICE planners.

In pictures: How events can save the world

The Langham welcomed corporate, agency and association event planners to discuss issues such as crisis management, sustainability, wellbeing, inclusion and harassment in partnership with Ottawa Tourism and the Shaw Centre.

How to make more sustainable food choices for conferences

How to make more sustainable food choices for conferences

Knowing where the food has come from is the first step, says BCD M&E's John Kelly.

Historic Painted Hall re-opens in London

Historic Painted Hall re-opens in London

Restored venue opens at Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich, following a two-year conservation project.

7 workplace wellbeing trends of 2019

7 workplace wellbeing trends of 2019

The first article in our wellness report presents ways of looking after the happiness and health of your employees.

You don't need tech to immerse people

You don't need tech to immerse people

You don't need expensive technology to engage audiences, says Karen Kadin of Brands at Work.

DRPG secures sweet deal with client win

DRPG secures sweet deal with client win

An internal awards ceremony for a confectionary brand saw 400 employees recognised for their achievements.

LATEST JOBS