Communique expands team

Agency Communique has reappointed Louise Palmer to the role of senior events manager, following a period of growth.

Louise Palmer (nee Blake)
Louise Palmer (nee Blake)

Louise Palmer has rejoined the Communique team after working for Corporate Innovations and as a freelance event manager. She has previously worked extensively in the incentive travel sector, with clients including Microsoft, Computacentre, Westcoast and Royal Caribbean International.

Palmer previously worked at Communique between 2010 and 2016, starting as a project coordinator and working her way towards the title of senior project manager.

Communique’s CEO, Ewan Hurford-Jones, said: "We are delighted to welcome Louise back to the team. As we expand our sector focus it is fantastic to bolster our team with such experience. Welcome back!"

Speaking about her new role, Palmer added: "I’m excited to be returning to the business at such a time of growth and new client wins. I’ve had a whirlwind journey in my career so far and I’m delighted to have been given the opportunity to come back and work with such a creative team once again."

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