AOK announces new appointments

AOK Events has expanded its team with three new recruits, who will work across the agency's bespoke events, venue finding and hospitality divisions.

Olivia Salter: one of three new recruits at AOK Events
Olivia Salter: one of three new recruits at AOK Events

Becky Brown joins AOK Venues from Capita Travel & Events where she expanded her venues knowledge working as a dedicated consultant for one of Capita’s VIP clients and bookers. In her role as venue findinge xecutive, Brown will be managing venue finds across a wide range of AOK Events’ accounts.

Olivia Salter, client services executive for AOK Cavendish hospitality, joins the company from Lamb Chambers Barristers, where she worked for three years as a junior clerk helping to run and organise conferences, talks and events. In her new role, Salter will be supporting the AOK Cavendish team from an administration perspective as well ensuring that clients have the best experience possible.

Rhianna Saharoy joins AOK Creative, AOK Events’ live events and team building team, as a placement student. Saharoy is currently studying business management and marketing at Nottingham Trent University and during her placement year with AOK Creative, she will be supporting the team with both live events and on research projects.

Alex Hewitt, chief executive at the agency said: "I am really excited that Becky, Liv and Rhianna have joined our growing team. We have the most incredible staff here, who sweat blood and tears to ensure that every event we are entrusted with is planned to perfection. We want to become the best event management company in the UK and we believe that we on track to achieve this. Appointments like these beef up our operational capacity and will help us on this journey."

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AOK Creative expands team

AOK Events launches new teambuilding activity

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