BCD Meetings & Events welcomes nine new starters

The global agency has made nine hires across the business over the last quarter which have strengthened the Strategic Meetings, Creative, Live and Life Sciences teams.

Fay Sharpe
Fay Sharpe

Alex Page has been appointed as producer for Zibrant LIVE!, Paris Green as senior project manager, and Rebecca Groves as project manager, both within the Life Science division.

Commenting on his new position, Page said: "I have, for a long time, admired the work that BCD M&E Zibrant do and the results they produce so I am very excited to join the LIVE! team. I look forward to becoming a part of the BCD M&E family and having the opportunity to work with new clients both in the UK and beyond."

Green added: "It’s a fantastic opportunity to join BCD M&E at such a pivotal period in the company’s development, and with the new wins and steady growth; it’s an exciting time to be a part of the team. I’m very much looking forward to joining the Life Science team and working with their impressive roster of clients."

The Associations Team based at ExCeL London has also welcomed Alexandra Page as project manager. She commented: "I was drawn to the flexibility of the role, every hour is different from the last and I’m able to use my creativity to bring events to life. Additionally, the travel opportunities that the position entails were a great attraction and one I look forward to embarking on."

Fay Sharpe, vice president BCD Meetings & Events said: "Following a number of new wins, this is marking an exciting time of expansion for us; we are pleased to welcome our new starters to the BCD family. Their combined knowledge and experience will put us in good stead to continue delivering unrivalled experiences for our clients, whilst maintaining BCD M&E’s reputation as a leading European agency."

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BCD Meetings & Events records profit boost on turnover loss

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