New managing director for mclcreate

Neil Lawson takes over as MD from Tim Spencer who becomes CEO.

Neil Lawson
Neil Lawson

Following its recent management buyout from the NEP Group, integrated live events company mclcreate, has appointed Neil Lawson as its new managing director.

Lawson takes over from Tim Spencer who led the management buyout. Spencer will now step up to serve as the company’s CEO. 

For the past eight years, Lawson has worked as a Consultant and SME owner at business consultancies LBLC, MHpeople and Marton House, partnering with a variety of FTSE top 250 companies to help maximise and sustain their performance.

He will lead the company’s senior management team and work closely with the CEO to ensure success at all levels and business locations. As CEO, Tim Spencer will focus on building the company’s strategy, developing its creative vision and building core alliances.

"I’m excited to join mclcreate as it begins this new era as an independent live events company," said Lawson. "The fundamentals of the business are strong, giving us a great opportunity to use our creative expertise, production capabilities and the talents of our people to grow and prosper."

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