Seventa expands team with event producer

Bournemouth-based agency Seventa Events has appointed Laura Beer as event producer.

Laura Beer joins Seventa
Laura Beer joins Seventa

Beer, an event management graduate from the University of Bournemouth, has extensive experience working on experiential launch events and corporate conferences. Having worked for an event and production agency in London, Beer is moving back to Bournemouth to join the Seventa team.


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Commenting on her new position, Beer said: "I'm so excited to be part of Seventa Events. I knew them by reputation as one of the most exciting companies around. I first came across them about two years ago and have been following them on social media ever since. They organise the most amazing events. It really is my dream job. I'm also very happy to be back based in Bournemouth. Feels like coming home!"

Founder and director of Seventa Events, Simon Brooks, added: "I'm delighted that Laura is joining the team. She has the personality, imagination, drive and experience to make a real success of her new role. We're all really looking forward to having her on board."


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