Venues and Events International expands team

Venues and Events International is continuing its growth with the appointment of a new conference planning executive.

Matilda Burgess will work across a portfolio of new and established clients, including car dealership The Sytner Group and IT training provider QA Ltd. She will report to conference manager Laura Law.

"I’m delighted to have joined such a busy, thriving agency as I’ve had to really hit the ground running," said Burgess. "It’s an exciting time to be working in this industry and I’m looking forward to playing my part."


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Venues and Events International has also contracted Gemma Texeira to assist with event delivery. She will be supporting the agency’s busy events team in a freelance project manager capacity. The continued expansion is part of the agency’s plans to grow its annual turnover to £20million over the next three years.  

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