More staff and bigger Notting Hill office for emc3

MD of event management agency says company received more than 500 applications for four positions.

(Left to right) Caitlin McConnell, Suzette Chin and Sam Wotherspoon
(Left to right) Caitlin McConnell, Suzette Chin and Sam Wotherspoon

Global events agency, emc3 has had to expand its Notting Hill office to accommodate a growing team. 

The agency has hired several new members of staff in recent months. Chloe Downes and Caitlin McConnell have joined the team as associate producers and will be working on projects for clients including LinkedIn, Google, HP and HubSpot.

Managing director Daniel Curtis said: "We’ve developed a culture at emc3 which helps us attract and retain the best talent from around the world, and it’s yielding prolific results for us and our clients.

"We had more than 500 applicants for the positions that we advertised, which provided us with a diverse pool of talent to choose from. We’re extremely pleased to have Caitlin and Chloe join our team, both are experienced event planners."

Suzette Chin has also has joined the finance department to help with a growing workload, while Sam Wotherspoon has joined the design and marketing team to work on 3D & 2D CAD services, web design, exhibition design and video editing.

CEO, Alistair Graham said: "We’re experiencing exponential growth, due to the hard work of each and every one of our employees. Our pipeline of work for the next couple of years is tremendous and we’re now looking to continue our growth into 2020 and 2021."

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