Corporate Events expands team by three

Agency Corporate Events has expanded its technical team with the addition of three new staff members.

Corporate Events has expanded its technical team
Corporate Events has expanded its technical team

Richard Hagger, Mike Debney and Stewart Lee join as audio visual technicians. Hagger's previous roles include technician at Malvern Theatres and PEEL Entertainment.

Lee brings ten years of audio visual experience within the industry to the role, while Debney is new to the sector having previously worked in construction and volunteering at numerous festivals.

All three will be working with the project managers and event managers on the delivery of live events.

Commenting on the expansion of the team, Jed Bowers, performance and quality director said: "We’re delighted to welcome Rich, Mike and Stewart to the team. Our in-house technical team are one our greatest assets and without them we wouldn’t be able to deliver the scale of live events that we do. Our continued investment in new technical talent has an essential role to play in our businesses growth."

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