Banks Sadler strengthens team with three new hires

Banks Sadler has expanded its production team with three new recruits from Crown, Grass Roots and Duuzra.

Banks Sadler expands its production team by three
Banks Sadler expands its production team by three

The appointments include two new producers, Former C&IT A Lister Luke Power and Rachel Jones. Power has moved from his previous role at Crown, where he worked with brands including Sony, Microsoft, Peugeot Citroën and Barclays. His remit will be to develop innovative live events across a variety of Banks Sadler’s clients, including Janssen and Santander.

Meanwhile Jones has joined from Grass Roots, where she worked as a producer on a wide range of client projects including Danone and WPP. She will now be working across a variety of Banks Sadler’s clients including JLL, GSK and Fidelity International.


See also:

Banks Sadler appoints new global sales director 

Banks Sadler records 10% rise in profit 


In addition to the new producers, Tatjana Gohlich has come onboard as event technology manager, and will be helping to drive product development of Banks Sadler’s proprietary technology solution, Engage. Gohlich joins from the event technology company Duuzra, where she worked alongside companies including Deutsche Bank, Adidas, and Credit Suisse.

Jon Coventry, director, production department, said: "We are delighted to be expanding the creative production department. These new appointments reflect our ability to provide both a full service offering and engaging and innovative solutions for our clients. We have had a significant increase in demand for our creative production services and it’s fantastic to have Tatjana, Luke and Rachel join our team to help strengthen this ever-growing offering."

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