Corporate Events expands business development team

Event production agency, Corporate Events has expanded its business development team with the recruitment of business development manager, Daniel Keyte.

Daniel Keyte joins Corporate Events
Daniel Keyte joins Corporate Events

Keyte joins Corporate Events from AV and technology provider, DB Systems where he spent two years in its business development team. Keyte will play an integral role in driving the acquisition of new business forward throughout 2017.

Commenting on the new hire, Tristan Norman, sales and marketing director at Corporate Events said: "We’re delighted to welcome Dan to the team. I am sure he will be a fantastic asset to Corporate Events and has already displayed great aptitude in seeking out new business to help facilitate our next chapter of growth."

Keyte added: "It’s great to work for a company who invest heavily in the latest technology and are not afraid of pushing the boundaries in order to deliver cutting edge events. I’m very much looking forward to getting my teeth stuck in and playing a key role in the businesses growth moving forward."

 

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