WRG promotes team members

Live and experiential agency WRG has bolstered its production team with a round of internal promotions.

Tim Williams
Tim Williams

Jo Eaden joined WRG’s London office as project co-ordinator in 2014 and progressed to the role of junior producer. In her new role  as producer she will work with WRG’s clients across a range of sectors.

Meanwhile Nick Davidson who spent four years at WRG as technical producer, takes up the role of senior technical producer to lead technical production for one of WRG’s global healthcare clients.

Sam Davis, formerly congress project manager has been promoted to senior congress project manager. Davis has a wealth of experience in the management and execution of complex healthcare congresses.

Rebecca Sidlow has also been promoted from logistics project manager to senior logistics project manager.

Commenting on the promotions, operations director Tim Williams said: "We’re always looking for development opportunities for our people to grow and progress their careers with us. I’m delighted to announce the very well deserved promotion of Jo, Nick, Sam and Rebecca.

"I’d like to congratulate them all and thank them for their hard work and commitment to WRG. I think it’s a testament to the pool of great talent we have at WRG, that we’re able to promote internally and give our people opportunities to develop their careers."

 

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