NYS Corporate grows team by four

NYS Corporate has expanded its team with four new staff members, as it continues to grow its event management offering.

Vicky Cowton joins NYS Corporate
Vicky Cowton joins NYS Corporate

The new hires include Vicky Cowton, who has joined from Banks Sadler as an event executive and Sarah Magill, who has been appointed as a conference consultant, moving from the Hilton, Tower Road in York. Meanwhile Laura Dawson has been made contracts proof reader, while Rebecca Harry has come onboard as a junior conference consultant.

Speaking about her new role, Cowton said: "I am thoroughly enjoying my new role with NYS Corporate.  I’ve only been here two months and I have already helped deliver events in Portugal and Vienna, as well as one for 2,000 delegates at ExCeL London. It is never dull around here and I feel privileged to work with such an incredible team."

The new recruits will be working with a range of event clients, including Three, O2 and Siemens. Caroline Medcalf, events director at NYS Corporate, said: "It’s an exciting time for the NYS events team. Due to a mix of new client wins and continued repeat business from existing clients, we are expanding the team again. Having already hit our year end targets and with some great events in the pipeline, it looks to be a record year for our team."

 

More on NYS Corporate: 

BGL appoints NYS Corporate 

Siemens appoints NYS Corporate 

NYS Corporate bought out by consultant

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