ExCeL London strengthens conference and events team

ExCeL London has strengthened its conference and events team with the appointment of a business development manager.

Terry Bower, business development manager at ExCeL
Terry Bower, business development manager at ExCeL

Terry Bower will be responsible for lead generation from the corporate and agency market, incorporating direct clients, venue finders and production companies, with a remit to feed opportunities into the sales team.

With a 20-year career in business development, Bower will play a key role in the continued growth of ExCeL’s conference and events team.

 


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Commenting on Bowers’ appointment, James Rees, executive director, ExCeL London, said: "Since the opening of our International Convention Centre, we’ve seen huge growth in our corporate event business and, in the last 12-months, we have welcomed the likes of Adobe, Ford, Salesforce, Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft. We are delighted that Terry has joined our team – his skills and experience will be of huge benefit as we embark on what’s set to be our most successful year to date."


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