Cievents expands team with new hires

Agency cievents has appointed a key account manager and an executive producer to its London office.

Carolyn Walters, new key account manager at CI Events
Carolyn Walters, new key account manager at CI Events

Carolyn Walter has joined as key account manager, while Faye Davies Fuller will start on 11 January as executive producer.

Walters has over five years’ experience in the events industry, with a varied knowledge of experiential events, product launches, incentive travel, roadshows, event staffing, teambuilding activities and large-scale corporate events.

In her new role, she will focus on strengthening current client relationships by understanding their brand, identifying cost savings opportunities and helping to ensure the clients’ overall event objectives are achieved.


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Commenting on her new role, Walters said: "I’m thrilled to join cievents. The culture is a perfect fit for me. From the outset, I’ve noticed a strong thread binding the team together where they challenge and support one another, regardless of seniority."

Fuller begins her executive producer role on 11 January next year. She is an executive producer and project director with over 15 years’ experience working both agency and corporate side in both the public and corporate sector in the event industry and TV broadcast. During this time she has gained the skills to develop, design, promote and manage successful events, as well as the practical applications for on-site management and the management of an effective in-house team.


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