Late Night London grows events team

Late Night London has grown its meetings and events team with two new hires.

Jamie Brooker joins Late Night London
Jamie Brooker joins Late Night London

Kimberleigh Lloyd has joined as business development manager and Jamie Brooker has come onboard as national account manager. The new appointments are in line with Late Night London’s continued investment in customer experience and its venue portfolio.


Late Night London expands meetings & events team 

Late Night London restructures events team 


Lloyd joins the central events team following five years with Novus Leisure, where she worked in the venues department as sales manager.  Brooker, also a key asset to Novus Leisure, has previously worked as sales manager for both Grace Bar in the West End and Amber Bar in the City. His role will be focused on driving direct corporate bookers into Late Night London venues.

Following a successful number of refurbishments in the last 12 months including a £1m investment in Sway Bar, Holborn, Late Night London are continuing to invest in their venues. Over the next quarter GEM Bar in Soho will be transformed, alongside new additions to the Balls Brothers estate in the City.

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