Center Parcs appoints corporate events commercial manager

Center Parcs has strengthened its corporate events team with the appointment of Liz Pilling as corporate events commercial manager.

Liz Pilling
Liz Pilling

 

Pilling will be heading up the Corporate Events Sales Team, which comprises of a head office based team of account executives, marketing and a team of business development managers.

She has more than 12 years’ experience in the industry with her last two years spent working as events manager at Center Parcs Woburn Forest in Bedfordshire, where she oversaw all corporate event conferences for external clients.  Prior to this she managed events from concept to completion at Silverstone Circuit.

Commenting on her appointment, Pilling said: "I am delighted to be taking up the role of corporate events commercial manager at Center Parcs. I have thoroughly enjoyed my last two years working at Woburn Forest and my hands-on experience of the day to day processes that take place will be hugely beneficial to my work with the Corporate Events Sales Team. I am looking forward to working closely with the team and guiding them onto even more success."

Colin Whaley, sales & marketing director, added: "It is fantastic to have Liz on board as the new Corporate Events Commercial Manager. Liz brings with her a wealth of experience, both of the events industry and the Center Parcs brand. We are looking forward to Liz’s positive contribution to the Corporate Events Sales Team and the wider business over the coming months."

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