Agency Worldspan expands team

Events Agency Worldspan has expanded its team with the appointment of a new project manager, following a period of growth.

Nia Robinson joins Worldspan
Nia Robinson joins Worldspan

Nia Robinson joined the Worldspan team at the end of February, and will report to the head of PCO services and live events. Robinson, who has previously held engagement and events manager positions at the University of Cambridge and London’s Barbican Centre, will support and deliver project work for the agency’s global association clients.


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Sophie Morris, managing director, said "We are delighted to welcome Nia to the team with her wealth of experience and knowledge. Our association events practice continues to expand and with plenty of new opportunities in the pipeline, we are forecasting continued robust growth within the sector."

Speaking about the future growth of the company, she added: "As we continue to grow, we look forward to making further investment in staff in due course."

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